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Environment, Energy and Natural Resources

The Interrelationship between Environmental, Energy and Natural Resources Law The extraction of natural resources for industrial purposes, including the production of energy, can have a profound impact on the environment. Such issues as coal mining, oil and gas drilling and the creation of hydroelectric power plants can affect air quality, groundwater and the visual appearance […]

Environmental Policy, Energy Law & Natural Resources Law

Lea en español Energy law is a branch of law that developed as a result of the federal government’s regulatory involvement in the creation, usage, sale, transmission, transportation, disposal and conservation of energy in all forms. Energy is a broad term that includes electricity, gas, oil, nuclear, thermal, biomass, solar, wind, thermal and alcohol fuels. […]

Energy and Natural Resources Law

Lea en español Websites General Energy Law: An Overview – From Cornell’s Legal Information Institute.  Links to all U.S. energy and natural resources statutes. Electricity Electric Power Research Institute – Organization that researches and develops technology, operations, and the environment for the global electric power sector.  Links to a research portfolio, EPRI Journal, and more. […]

Energy and Natural Resources

Lea en español Federal agencies regularly permit road building, mining, livestock grazing, mining, road building, or oil and gas development on federally owned land. Controversies arise when individuals and environmental groups believe endangered species are threatened, that fences obstruct wildlife access, that gas and oil leasing and development should not occur on federal land, or […]

Natural Resources Law

The Code of Federal Regulations (40 C. F. R.) defines natural resources as land, air, water, ground water, fish, wildlife and biota and other resources belonging to, managed by, held in trust by, appertaining to, or otherwise controlled by the United States, any State or local government, or any foreign government. Many laws and regulations […]

About Energy Law

Lea en español Energy law is a branch of law that developed as a result of the federal government’s regulatory involvement in the creation, usage, sale, transmission, transportation, disposal and conservation of energy in all forms. Energy is a broad term that includes electricity, gas, oil, nuclear, thermal, biomass, solar, wind and thermal as well […]