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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
In the Media
Guest Column: Just Call it the Environmental Pollution Agency, Delaware County Daily Times, by Joe Batory. 10/17/2019.
How States’ Rights Became a Liberal Environmentalist Cause, Christian Science Monitor, by Amanda Paulson and Martin Kuz. 10/9/2019.
The Grim Predictions for the Future Have Arrived, CounterPunch, by George Ochenski. 9/25/2019.
Surge in Carbon Dioxide From Trump Auto Shift Alarms Scientists, Bloomberg Environment, by Jennifer Dlouhy. 9/19/2019.
Trump Administration Moving to Repeal Obama-Era Clean Water Act, Las Vegas Review-Journal, by Debra Saunders. 9/12/2019.
Trump Administration Is Testing Corporate Environmental Resolve, The Hill, by David J. Hayes. 9/6/2019.
Conservationists Warn Weaker Trump Rules Could Doom Colorado Dancing Grouse, Colorado Independent, by Allison Winter. 8/30/2019.
Department of Energy — Proposed Rule: Energy Conservation Program - Test Procedure for Clothes Dryers — Comment Deadline 11/6/2019.
Department of the Interior — Draft Environmental Impact Statement - Tri-State Fuel Breaks Project — Comment Deadline 11/25/2019.
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission — Proposed Rule: Qualifying Facility Rates and Requirements — Comment Deadline 12/3/2019.
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