The non-partisan State Energy & Environmental Impact Center at NYU Law supports state attorneys general in defending and promoting clean energy, climate and environmental laws and policies.
The Issues In Focus
State attorneys general are on the front lines of the clean energy transition — defending state authority, protecting consumers, promoting fair competition, and safeguarding the environment. Read the report here >>
In the Media
Dem AGs in Wisconsin, Minnesota back Nessel's Line 5 lawsuit, The Detroit News, by Beth LeBlanc. 11/13/2019.
California says San Diego County could undermine state’s landmark plan to rein in greenhouse gases, San Diego Union Tribune, by Joshua Emerson Smith, 11/11/19.
Dow Agrees To $77M Environmental Settlement In Michigan, WKAR News, by John Flesher, 11/10/19.
N.Y. Sues Chemours, DuPont, 3M Over PFAS Contamination, Bloomberg News, by Keshia Cluckey, 11/5/19.
States, green groups challenge rollback of Obama-era lightbulb rules, The Hill, by Rebecca Beitsch, 11/4/19.
Enbridge could duck cleanup costs from future Line 5 spill, study says, MLive, by Julie Mack, 11/4/19.
Attorney general files motion to suspend Pilgrim license transfer, Cape Cod Times, by Christine Legere, 11/1/19.
New Jersey, Connecticut Sue EPA Over Air-Pollution Hazards, Connecticut Law Review, by Robert Storace, 10/31/19.
Environmental Protection Agency — Proposed Rule: National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants - Organic Liquids Distribution (Non-Gasoline) Residual Risk and Technology Review — Comment Deadline 12/5/2019.
Environmental Protection Agency — Notice: Availability of the Systematic Review Protocol for PFAS IRIS Assessments — Comment Deadline 12/23/19.
Department of Transportation — Notice of Proposed Rulemaking: Hazardous Materials: Liquefied Natural Gas by Rail — Comment Deadline 12/23/19.
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