Monthly Archives: June 2014

Prof. Ramo On Twitter

GGU’s Prof. Ramo will post tweets on his account whenever the CUEL blog has a new post, or something exciting in environmental law is brewing.  He is at greenlaw@envirolawprof.

Posted in Uncategorized

Supreme Court OKs Calif. Low Carbon Fuel Standard

By Alan Ramo The Supreme Court today refused to consider a petition requesting review of the Ninth Circuit’s approval of California’s Low Carbon Fuel Standard.  The court provided no reasons.  See our blog on the En Banc decision upholding the … Continue reading

Posted in Air and Environmental Justice, Climate Change

California Reasonable Use Law, Frost Protection Diversions and Stranded Salmon

Paul Stanton Kibel, Professor, Golden Gate University School of Law In California water law these days, there is increasingly talk about the reasonable use provisions of the California Constitution (Article X, Section 2) and the California Water Code (Section 275). … Continue reading

Posted in Work on Water

CUEL Blog Predicts Accurately Supremes 5-4 decision in Greenhouse Gas case.

By Prof. Alan Ramo The US Supreme Court in an opinion today reversed in part US EPA’s greenhouse gas PSD program for greenhouse gases.  While the press and many environmentalists may bemoan the decision, on March 6, 2014, in our … Continue reading

Posted in Air and Environmental Justice, Climate Change

Initial Analyis of EPA’s New Carbon Rule

By Professor Alan Ramo I have been reviewing the June 2, 2014,  United States Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. E.P.A.) Clean Power Plan Proposed Rule for existing power plants and assessing some of the early commentary.  I wanted to blog particularly … Continue reading

Posted in Air and Environmental Justice, Climate Change