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With ZEVs and Air Toxics in Mind, CARB Seeks to Inject Itself into SCAQMD’s Lawsuit Against Port of LA

USA - November 9 2020 In challenges to California development projects, the “usual suspects” typically include environmental NGOs or neighborhood organizations. However…

Malcolm C. Weiss, Shannon S. Broome.

BSEE Renews Offshore Platform Decommissioning Guidelines

USA - September 24 2020 “Decommissioning” is the process of terminating oil and gas operations at offshore platforms. It includes dismantling and removal of platforms and…

Jennifer MikoLevine.

EP4 - What’s New and What’s Next for the Enhanced Equator Principles?

OECD, USA - July 9 2020 The Equator Principles (EPs) are a framework for assessing and managing environmental and social risks associated with project financing. The EPs…

Samuel L. Brown.

CalEPA, Stepping into the Perceived Breach, Issues COVID-19 Regulatory Compliance Statement

USA - April 17 2020 On April 15, 2020, the California Environmental Protection Agency (CalEPA), the umbrella agency for California’s environmental boards, departments…

Timothy J. Carlstedt, Aaron Wilensky, Colleen P. Doyle, J. Tom Boer, Jennifer MikoLevine, M. Clare Ellis, Malcolm C. Weiss, Olivia Molodanof, Samuel L. Brown, Shannon S. Broome.

Eroding Investor Protections: Managing CSR and Political Risk in the Sustainable Brave New World

Global, OECD, USA - April 6 2020 Facing growing criticism that they impede sustainable development goals, investment protections afforded by traditional international investment…

John Jay Range, Mark J. Thurber.