Emory University’s main campus almost abuts the boundary of the City of Atlanta near the intersection of Johnson Road and … Continue reading How Emory’s Atlanta Annexation Might Work
Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens has asked the 6th Circuit Federal Court of Appeals to expand a stay to block … Continue reading Georgia Attorney General Asks Courts to Block Clean Water Rule
The Supreme Court of Georgia agreed to hear the Environmental Protection Division’s appeal in a case to determine wether state … Continue reading Georgia Supreme Court to Hear Water Buffer Case
I’ve recently heard some lawyers heralding the end of Climate Change litigation after courts handed down a pair of rulings … Continue reading The End of Climate Change Litigation?
I recently came across a news article about a Federal Judge in Rhode Island publishing some scathing words about a … Continue reading Judge Asks Environmentalists for Help to Ensure Polluters Feel Punishment
Georgia authorities are looking into building an underground Aquifer Storage and Recovery (ASR) well in Baker County according to a … Continue reading Georgia Proposes Aquifer Storage and Recovery Well
The Land Use Profs posted the abstract of an article detailing how smartly managing decline might be as important as … Continue reading Crime, the Environment, and Managing Decline
A lawsuit brought by the Teamsters Union and the Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association to block a US Department of Transportation … Continue reading Teamsters’ Environmental Claims against Mexican Trucking Program Fail at DC Circuit
As government agencies across the spectrum, from state to federal, feel the pinch of the sequester and other declines in … Continue reading Will Sequestration Lead to More Litigation?
International restoration efforts in the Gulf of California might help the Colorado River reach the sea again, and a Native … Continue reading Restoration and Sequestration