Even before the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, environmental law cases have not been about the environment at all, and ecological values have had little currency. Instead issues of administrative procedure, standing, and statutory interpretation drive the key decisions with environmental consequences, and that trend will continue.
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Which Way for the Roberts Court?
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