Monthly Archives: July 2013

D.C. Circuit Upholds Bush Era Ozone Standard; Obama Delay Even More Damaging

By Prof. Ramo Almost two years, this blogger wrote about President Obama’s decision to slow down what had been an accelerated review of President Bush’s 2008 ozone air quality standard. The blog noted that the standard, called legally indefensible by … Continue reading

Posted in Air and Environmental Justice

What Do Gay Rights Cases Say about Environmental Standing to Sue

By Michael Caplan, Esq. (GGU Grad 2012) The two recent landmark cases addressing gay rights, Perry and Windsor, impact the practice of Environmental Law. Both cases address whether a party has standing, which is required to bring suit in a … Continue reading

Posted in Climate Change, Uncategorized