Monthly Archives: January 2012

FEDERAL JUDGE’S DECISION STAYING CALIFORNIA LOW CARBON FUEL STANDARD MAY UNDERMINE STATE GREENHOUSE GAS REGULATION

By Luthien Niland, 3rd year GGU law student A Federal District Court judge from California’s Eastern District has now refused to stay his decision dealing a blow to the California Air Resources Board’s (CARB) implementation of the Global Warming Solutions … Continue reading

Posted in Air and Environmental Justice, Climate Change

CALIFORNIA SUPREME COURT’S MATOSANTOS DECISION – THE END OF REDEVELOPMENT AGENCIES IN CALIFORNIA?

By Jon-Erik W. Magnus* For more than half a century, redevelopment agencies (RDAs) have played a central role in transforming California’s cities.  The effect of RDAs on California’s urban landscape is much debated.  As a local example, the San Francisco … Continue reading

Posted in Land Use