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No Asylum from Microplastics: How Recent Studies May Spark a Flood of Environmental Litigation

USA - October 7 2021 In a world where everything is supersized, or perhaps more appropriately venti sized (because let’s be honest, anything less than a venti pumpkin…

The “Green” Fashion Police and the Renaissance of the Fashion Industry

Global, USA - September 9 2021 Sustainability is the new black dress in the fashion world. As the need to address climate change becomes more urgent, it is no longer fashion…

CERCLA Alert: NJ Petitions to Designate Superfund Status to the Hackensack River

USA - August 12 2021 If the hallmarks of Jersey Summers are languid days down the Shore, time-off, and welcomed passivity, the New Jersey Department of Environmental…

New Jersey: The Nation’s Newest Ambassador of Clean Energy

USA - July 15 2021 New Jersey may be most (ashamedly) well-known for its Snooki legacy courtesy of MTV’s Jersey Shore, but Gov. Phil Murphy intends to re-brand the…

Stationary Source Emission Regulations: Why Businesses Stand to Benefit from Anticipatory Action

USA - July 14 2021 The Clean Air Act (CAA) may be middle-aged given its 1963 origin, but in a global economy fervently trying to combat the effects of climate change…

George H. Buermann.