Carbon Capture and Sequestration

By Kathy G. Beckett and David M. Flannery, Members, Jackson Kelly PLLC; General Editor Bradley M. Marten As the United States continues to debate the climate change issue, attention is being focused on the burning of fossil-fuels for power generation, manufacturing, and transportation as a primary...

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Marten Law: Washington State Issues Revised Proposal for Mandatory Greenhouse Gas Reporting

By Alyssa Moir, Marten Law Group PLLC “Large stationary sources and transportation fuel suppliers in the State of Washington would have to report their 2012 greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions beginning in 2013 under rules recently proposed by Washington's Department of Ecology (Ecology),”...

State by State Greenhouse Gas Regulation

By David W. Tundermann; General Editor Bradley M. Marten States across the country have enacted or are considering a broad range of actions to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, including comprehensive GHG reduction plans, voluntary and mandatory GHG reporting, cap-and-trade programs, renewable...

Greenhouse Gas Tort Litigation

By Robert A. Wyman, Jr. and Michael G. Romey; General Editor Bradley M. Marten Numerous lawsuits have been filed to address climate change, including those based in tort for injuries to persons and property caused by greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. This pamphlet provides comprehensive coverage of GHG...

EPA Green-House Gas Regulation Argued Before Court

By William Perry Pendley, President and Chief Operating Officer of Mountain States Legal Foundation A hard-hitting brief filed by a western, nonprofit, public-interest legal foundation challenging the attempt by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to regulate greenhouse gases to ameliorate so...

New CCCL Paper– Controlling Greenhouse Gas Emissions from International Shipping: Powers of Pacific Island States

Columbia’s Center for Climate Change Law has published a new white paper analyzing state authority to regulate greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from the international shipping sector. International shipping is responsible for roughly the same percentage of global emissions as aviation – at...

Minister Receptive to Commissioner’s Climate Report

Ontario’s Environmental Commissioner has issued his annual Climate Change report , as usual scolding the provincial government for its inaction on both mitigation and adaptation. But this year, the report got an unusual reception: the new Minister of the Environment and Climate Change, Glen Murray...

Should Energy Board Consider Climate Before Approving Pipelines?

By Meredith James Can, and should, the National Energy Board consider climate impacts before approving oil pipelines? The federal government says no, objectors say yes. Now the courts must decide. The Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion would increase the capacity of the current 1,150 km pipeline...