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EPA May Require CAFOs to Report Hydrogen Sulfide Emissions

The United States Environmental Protection Agency has announced that it is considering requiring industrial facilities, including concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFOs), to report releases of hydrogen sulfide to the Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) under the Emergency Planning and Community Right to Know Act (EPCRA). This action is consistent with EPA’s … Read more »

Who’s To Blame For Climate Change: Will the Supreme Court Review?

In the last month, two federal courts of appeal have ruled on much-watched petitions for rehearing in climate change lawsuits. The decisions have set up a possible showdown on the viability of nuisance claims premised on damages allegedly caused by the effects of greenhouse gas emissions. In Connecticut v. American … Read more »

Who’s To Blame For Climate Change – Will A Jury Decide?

Courts are grappling with the tough legal and policy questions posed by current large-scale climate change litigation across the country. In recent months, federal courts have issued three significant decisions about the viability of nuisance claims relating to climate change impacts. Two appellate court decisions open the door to broad … Read more »

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