Does US Climate Policy Have a Herring Problem? (Part 3)

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An assorted compilation of blog entries sourced from various corners of the web, all focused on the subject of climate change. Fresh additions are made as significant, novel articles emerge. The lineup of contributors encompasses CCR co-founder Mike Shatzkin, along with distinguished authorities like Gordian Raacke, John Englander, Steve Cohen, Richard Heede, Mary Foster Morgan, and Joel Stronberg. Additionally, the roster includes associates of CCR such as authors Cyril Christo, Linda Sunshine, Abby Luby, Paige Peterson, and Biddle Duke.

Does US Climate Policy Have a Herring Problem? (Part 3)

Joel Stronberg, Esq.
By Joel Stronberg, Esq. and 05/17/24
Parts 1 and 2 of “Does US Climate Policy Have a Herring Problem?”, discussed the deference as well as a number of other cases, e.g., Jarkesy, that together could radically change the way regulatory and quasi-judicial proceedings are triggered and conducted.
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Does US Climate Policy Have a Herring Problem? (Part 2)

Joel Stronberg, Esq.
By Joel Stronberg, Esq. and 05/07/24
The instruments of the deference’s possible destruction will be the high court’s decisions in two cases involving herring fishing. The cases, Loper Bright Enterprises v. Raimondo and Relentless Inc. v. US Department of Commerce could be to administrative law what Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health has been to as a…
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Does US Climate Policy Have a Herring Problem?

Joel Stronberg, Esq.
By Joel Stronberg, Esq. and 05/01/24
It is nearly impossible to conceive of any significant environmental regulation over the past four decades that has not involved the application of the “Chevron deference.” It’s one reason conservatives and others, e.g., the fossil fuel industry, are now rooting for the US Supreme Court (SCOTUS) to strike down the…
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