This week’s post, Reinstating CERCLA as the “Polluter Pays” Statute With the Circuit Court’s Mutually Exclusive Approach, was written by Brianna E. Tibett, a third-year student at Vermont Law School and the Administrative Editor of the Vermont Journal of Environmental Law. Read the post here.
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This week’s post, FERC Relicensing and its Continued Role in Improving Fish Passage at Pacific Northwest Dams, was written by Skylar Sumner, a third-year student at Lewis & Clark Law School pursuing a J.D. and a certificate in Environmental & Natural Resource Law. Read the post […]
This week’s post, MS4 Regulation and Water Quality Standards, critiques the lax treatment of municipal storm water regulation under the Clean Water Act. It was written by Matt Carlisle, a managing editor of the Vermont Journal of Environmental Law. Read the post here.
This week’s post, Navigating with an Ocean Liner: The Clean Water Rule, Trump’s Executive Order, and the Future of “Waters of the United States,“ was written by Kacy Manahan, a clinical student at Earthrise Law Center at Lewis & Clark Law School and the 2017–2018 Symposium Editor for Environmental Law. She may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Read the post here.
Climate Change Regulation Through Litigation: New York’s Investigation of ExxonMobil under the Martin Act Chris Erickson Chris is a Junior Editor of the Michigan Journal of Environmental and Administrative Law at the University of Michigan Law School. He can be reached at email@example.com.