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Environmental Justice in New Jersey: Another Hurdle for an Applicant to Jump and an Opportunity for Enhanced Public Participation

Posted on March 10, 2022 by Edward A. Hogan In enacting its innovative Environmental Justice Law, the New Jersey.... Read More

COP 26 and Indigenous People

Posted on October 25, 2021 by Jeanette Wolfley Indigenous peoples are experiencing rising sea levels, relocating villages, declining salmon.... Read More

Progressive New Jersey: The Garden State continues its environmental leadership by enacting forward-looking programs

Posted on September 17, 2021 by Dennis Krumholz New Jersey has been a leader in addressing the most significant.... Read More

Does Pollution Make You Dumber? (And Other Questions About Exposure to Particulate Matter.)

Posted on August 18, 2021 by Seth Jaffe Most people other than Andrew Wheeler and the Trump Administration Clean.... Read More

Taking a Five-Year-Old to Court: EPA’s First 10 Risk Evaluations Meet the Bench

Posted on July 12, 2021 by Alexandra Dapolito Dunn The 2016 Lautenberg Amendments turning five on June 22, 2021.... Read More

It’s Our Big Moment – Environmental Law’s Chance to Shine as the “E” in ESG

Posted on June 30, 2021 by Heidi B. (Goldstein) Friedman Picture the marquee surrounded by bright flashing lights as.... Read More

Get the Lead Out

Posted on June 4, 2021 by Robert Kaplan The toughest question I ever got in Flint was in a.... Read More

The New Environmental and Human Rights Treaty in Latin America and the Caribbean You Should Know About

Posted June 3, 2021 by Susan Kath The Escazú Agreement came into force in April 2021 with 12 ratifications.... Read More


Posted May 28, 2021 by Lloyd Landreth Being the Husband and Father of 3 medical professionals who have been.... Read More

Determining Disparate Impacts in Environmental Justice Communities: Does Friends of Buckingham v. State Air Pollution Control Board Provide the Roadmap?

It has long been recognized that minority and disadvantaged communities are subject to higher levels of pollution than more.... Read More