Four billion dollars. That is the total of the criminal fines the Department of Justice has assessed against BP for its criminal actions associated with [more]
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- SEQR Categorical Exclusions: Economics but Environmental Justice?
- A New Leader for Environmental Justice at the EPA
- Cleaning Out The House
- EPA Issues New Recreational Water Quality Criteria Recommendations–Does It Go Far Enough?
- Now Is The Time
- BP Guilty Plea: Vindication or Drop in the Ocean?
- What’s In The Water?
- The Inequality of Disaster Relief
- Urban Sustainability: EJ, Stewardship and Greening in the Red Zone
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The potential for hydrofracking in New York has garnered significant attention in recent months, while other important environmental issues have remained outside of the media spotlight. While [more]
FACT: There are 596 acres of vacant public land in Brooklyn. For perspective, that is slightly larger than Prospect Park (585 acres) and more than half [more]
BIG NEWS!! Because of there is no place to permanently dispose of spent fuel rods, the NRC freezes Indian Point Nuclear Power plant license reauthorization [more]
Last week I attended the annual ALI-CLE Environmental Law conference in Washington, D.C., as a law student guest. The almost two and half days of [more]
Following President Obama’s second inauguration, most news coverage has now shifted to the latest round of cabinet appointments. Whether it be Senator John Kerry’s likely [more]
Since it is my first post of the 2013, happy new year to any and all readers! There are many topics I wish to discuss, [more]
Twenty-six years ago the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) last issued ambient recreational water quality criteria (RWQC) recommendations to recreational waters. On Monday, EPA announced, [more]
As cleanup and recovery from Hurricane Sandy continues in the Caribbean and the Northeastern United States, so begins the reflections. These reflections undoubtedly range from [more]