Monthly Archives: March 2013

Gov. Brown’s Climate Change Fees’ Budget Proposal under Scrutiny in Sacramento

By Allyson Umberger, 3rd Year Law Student In January, California Gov. Jerry Brown unveiled his proposal for the use of climate change fees in the 2013-2014 budget. His proposal was not entirely well received, and it is causing some legal … Continue reading

Posted in Climate Change

Prof. Ramo’s articles on recent environmental law cases in CEB’s Real Property Law Reporter

I have  short comments in CEB’s Real Property Law Reporter January 2012 edition.  They are: CEQA’s Slippery Slope of Performance Standards: Two Recent Cases Help (A Little) and Can Greenhouse Gas Polluters Be Sued for Damages Under Federal Public Nuisance … Continue reading

Posted in Climate Change, Land Use