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U.S. Government to Oakland and San Francisco Climate-Change Lawsuit: Drop Dead.

On May 11, the U.S. Government asked a federal judge in California to toss out suits by Oakland and San Francisco seeking to hold the oil industry liable for climate change-related infrastructure damage. The government argued that the cities’ claims are more rightfully handled by regulators and lawmakers, who should set the climate and energy ...Read More

FERC to Review 1999 Pipeline Policy Statement

Last Thursday, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (“FERC”) began review of its natural gas pipeline approval policy.  FERC’s inquiry seeks information and stakeholder perspectives to help FERC explore whether, and how, it should revise its existing policies regarding review and authorization of natural gas pipelines.

FERC’s notice of inquiry cited four major topics where revisions could ...Read More

California to become first U.S. state mandating solar on new homes

For seven years, a handful of homebuilders offered solar as an optional item to buyers willing to pay extra to go green.

Now, California is on the verge of making solar standard on virtually every new home built in the Golden State.

The California Energy Commission is scheduled to vote Wednesday, May 9, on new energy standards ...Read More

Popular Science: California uses the term “causes cancer” too liberally

Popular Science, a popular quarterly magazine, published an article on April 4, 2018 calling out California for saying that everything causes cancer. In California Proposition 65 requires business with 10 or more employees to provide reasonable warnings about the use of any chemicals the state has decided “could cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive ...Read More

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