Environmental Law This Week: You Should Read…

Kermit might not find it easy being green, but everyone’s favorite frog obviously wrote that song before he started following Environmental Law on JD Supra – a stream of daily updates from some of the finest lawyers and law firms in the field. Noteworthy this week:

How Clean is Clean in New York (Cole Schotz)

Enforcement: Impact Inspections Target 27 Mines and New Safety Emphasis Programs (Patton Boggs)

EPA Issues Notice of Violation of the Renewable Fuel Standard for Generation of 48 Million Fraudulent RINs… (Sutherland)

EU Environment Report – December 2011 – January 2012 (White & Case)

FERC Staff Proposes Process on Advising EPA on Extension Requests (Morgan Lewis)

Energy Trends for 2012 (Morrison & Foerster)

One Small Step Forward For Mid-Atlantic Offshore Wind Development (Foley Hoag)

Energy And Environment Update — January 29, 2012 (Mintz Levin)

Texas Environmental Update – February 1, 2012 (Bracewell & Giuliani)

Regulations Respecting a Cap-And-Trade System for Greenhouse (Heenan Blaikie)

– Ready, Offset, Go: A Look At The Final Cap-And-Trade Regulation’s Offset Program (Greenberg Glusker)

Greenhouse Gas and Environmental Justice Issues Collide as California Attorney General’s Office Weighs In on Sustainable Communities Plan (Morrison & Foerster)

Rejecting CEQA Alternatives For Economic Infeasibility: Sixth District Lays Down the Law In Flanders Foundation v. City of Carmel (Miller Starr Regalia)


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