Gabrielle Sigel
Environmental Citizen Groups Have No Standing to Challenge Climate Change Impacts of Federal Actions

By Gabrielle Sigel, Partner, Jenner & Block Two U.S. district courts recently issued separate decisions rejecting environmental groups' challenges to federal actions based on alleged climate change injuries. In both cases, using the same legal...

Dianne Saxe
Waste diversion, odour and climate change

By Dianne Saxe, Ontario Environmental Lawyer Clare Booth Luce, the famous American playwright, journalist, ambassador, and Congresswoman, used to say, "no good deed goes unpunished". To my regret, this sardonic and rather depressing phrase...

J. Wylie Donald
National Weather Service 30-Year Averages Confirm the Climate is Getting Hotter in the U.S.

By J. Wylie Donald , Partner, McCarter & English Half a degree doesn't sound like much. And it isn't, if you are talking about a baccalaureate. But in a world of climate change, a half a degree increase in Baltimore's average temperature...

J. Wylie Donald
The Debt Ceiling Furor Will Change the Climate of Climate Change Responses

By J. Wylie Donald, Partner, McCarter & English We hope you don't come to this blog for stock tips but it doesn't take John Bogle to know that the debt ceiling impasse and the budget furor do not bode well for renewable energy stocks....

Patrick Greissing
New NASA Data Takes Aim at Global Warming

By Patrick Greissing, Alston & Bird LLP A recent study published in the science journal Remote Sensing shows that NASA satellite data from the last 11 years (2000-2011) indicates that the Earth's atmosphere has been able to release far more...

LexisNexis Legal Business Community Staff
Podcast: Steve Jones Discusses American Electric Power Co. v. Connecticut

On this edition, Steven G. Jones of Marten Law in Seattle discusses the U.S. Supreme Court's June 20 decision in American Electric Power Co. v. Connecticut. He reviews the elements of the Second Circuit's ruling that were addressed by the Court...