Confronting the Climate Crisis: Western AGs Respond 

The Center recently hosted California AG Rob Bonta and Oregon AG Ellen Rosenblum to discuss their work addressing the climate crisis, promoting environmental justice, and bringing the public health and economic benefits of those policies to their states. Watch the recording >> 

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In the Media

Is PennEast pipeline dead? FERC may end the mystery
E&E News, by Miranda Willson, 11/24/21

What the Supreme Court's move means for EPA climate rules
E&E News, by Niina H. Farah, Pamela King, 11/1/21

Energy companies urge FERC to throw out 'unlawful' grid rule
E&E News, by Miranda Willson, 10/6/21

The Biden Administration Can Learn From Trump-Era Court Losses
Bloomberg Law, by Bethany Davis Noll, 9/29/21

PennEast cancels natural gas pipeline project; cites lack of environmental permits from N.J.
WHYY PBS/NPR, by Susan Phillips, 9/27/21

Panel Dissects FERC Tx Planning Review
RTO Insider, by K Kaufmann, 9/20/21

The Future of State Versus State Cases at the Supreme Court
RouteFifty, by Bill Lucia, 9/14/21

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