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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