The Environmental Forum

Volume 38 Issue 4

July-August 2021

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Net-Zero on Public Lands

ENVIRONMENTAL LAW REPORTER Eliminating greenhouse gas emissions from new development on federal mineral leases using existing legal authorities.

By Jamie Gibbs Pleune, John C. Ruple and Nada Wolff Culver
University of Utah, S.J. Quinney College of Law, University of Utah, S.J. Quinney College of Law, National Audubon Society
Meat Labeling and the Public's Right to Know

ELI PRESS Lessons from environmental disclosure laws.

By Paige Tomaselli
Reimagining the Future

ELI POLICY BRIEF No. 17 Over the next 50 years, policymakers need to fill in significant gaps in environmental and resource law to achieve a sustainable economy. That means addressing climate change, polluted runoff, materials reuse, ecological degradation, and environmental justice.

By John Pendergrass and LeRoy Paddock
Environmental Law Institute, George Washington University Law School
By: David P. Clarke

Tech Need for Rare Earth Elements May Fuel Rare Bipartisan Response.

By: Craig M. Pease

Infrastructure: The Rocky Path to a Carbon-Neutral Economy.

By: Linda K. Breggin

States Are Striving to Implement Full Potential of Energy Storage.

By: Sally R.K. Fisk

ABCs of B Corps, PBCs, the BRT CEOs’ Statement, and the SEC.

By: Bethany A. Davis Noll

No Big News Yet From a Changed Court’s Environmental Docket.

By: Ethan Shenkman

Helping Industry Adopt Carbon Capture and Storage Technologies.

By: Joseph E. Aldy

Promoting Energy Efficiency as a Part of Decarbonization Strategy.

By: Bob Sussman

Joe Biden Has Lofty Goals but Must Navigate Political Minefield.

By: G. Tracy Mehan III

On The Administrative State.

By: Stephen R. Dujack, By: Akielly Hu

On Viewing Government as a Problem.