Tag:climate change

Paul Seby on Representing North Dakota in SCOTUS EPA Ruling

According to Paul Seby, the ruling has a nuanced place in conversations around national climate change policy.

Annual Schultz Lecture Hosts Audrey Zibelman on How Tech Can Accelerate Decarbonized Electric Grids

CU Law held the 14th Annual Schultz Lecture in Energy with Audrey Zibelman, an attorney and the lead for X’s moonshot for the electric grid.

10th Circuit Affirms Remanding Suncor Case to State Court

The U.S. Supreme Court remanded the Boulder County lawsuit against Suncor Energy back to the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals. On Feb. 8, the 10th Circuit affirmed the district court’s order remanding the action to the state court.

North Dakota Launches Lawsuit Aimed at Compelling More Public Land Fossil Fuel Leasing

North Dakota launched another effort to overturn the Biden administration’s hold on further public land oil and gas leases.

Congress Moves to Restore Obama-Era Methane Caps on Oil and Gas Facilities

The House of Representatives has passed a resolution overriding a Trump-era effort to eliminate rules limiting methane discharges.

Federal District Judge Holds Up Public Lands Oil and Gas Leasing Pause

A Louisiana federal judge blocked the Biden administration’s effort to impose a lull on public land and offshore oil and gas leasing.

Federal Court Fights Over Fossil Fuel Leasing Pause Near Crescendo

Two federal courts will soon decide whether to block President Joe Biden’s move to hold up federal oil and gas leasing.

General Assembly Sends Greenhouse Gas Bill to Polis

Colorado lawmakers acted Tuesday evening to establish enforceable greenhouse gas emission limits in a new bill sent to Gov. Polis.