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GT Air Update – Part I

Posted in Biofuels, Court Cases, Energy, Environment, Federal Regulation, Oil & Gas, Policy, State Regulation

By Adam Silverman Several recent developments in air regulations are likely to impact regional, national and international air pollution policy.  In part I of our Air Update we address several Clean Air Act topics: The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals issues two important Clean Air Act opinions, one clarifying a recent decision to uphold revisions… Continue Reading

EPA Stormwater Regulations Continue to Drift

Posted in Federal Regulation, Uncategorized

For well over a decade, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has been in search of a regulatory approach to address post-construction stormwater discharges. In contrast to its regulations for stormwater discharges from construction sites,  this initiative targeted stormwater discharges after a project has been developed or redeveloped. EPA’s efforts to regulate post-construction stormwater discharges… Continue Reading