This web site from the Environmental Protection Agency can be used to determine environmental law violations, enforcement actions and
penalties, and the occurrence of compliance inspections by the EPA or state and local governments. You can do a quick search by zip code or
search by ID or type of data.
Earthjustice is a nonprofit law firm for the environment, representing—without charge—hundreds of public interest clients, large and small. This web site is a great resource for tracking a wide variety
of environmental issues and the laws related to them. There is a link to the docket for each area of concern and descriptions of highlighted
This content-rich site provides news, research, and suggestions for getting involved to protect the species and curb global warming.
Provides books and programs to help solve environmental problems.
The decision by Secretary of Interior Ken Salazar to approve the Cape Wind Project has put alternative energy distribution in the spotlight. Here's a blog that keeps up with legal develpments affecting the future of these promising technologies.
Governor Deval Patrick signed the Oceans Act on May 28, 2008 - requiring the Secretary of Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA) Ian Bowles to develop a comprehensive ocean management plan, with a draft plan by June 30, 2009, and a final plan promulgated by December 31, 2009.
The National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) is the nation's primary laboratory for renewable energy and energy efficiency R&D. All about renewable energy and energy efficiency, plus information for homeowners, businesses, students & teachers, electricity providers, and farmers.
A web site from the University of Denver College of Law, providing a wealth of information about natural resources including links to legislation, treaties, reference materials & statistics on the resources of countries throughout the world.
The National AgLaw Center is the only agricultural and food law research and information facility that is independent, national in scope, and directly connected to the national agricultural information network. This site has information on pending legislation, research articles, and a useful glossary of terms.
The Conservation Law Foundation is the oldest and largest regional environmental advocacy organization in the United States. Based in New England, our attorneys, scientists, economists, and policy experts work on the most significant threats to the natural environment of the region and its residents.
The Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI or "ReGGIe") is a cooperative effort by 9 Northeast and Mid-Atlantic states to discuss the design of a regional cap-and-trade program initially covering carbon dioxide emissions from power plants in the region.
This Department enforces fish & game laws including the commercial and recreational harvest of the living marine resources along our coastline.
Agency's mission is to provide a clean and healthy environment
Find info on energy sources, energy efficiency, the environment and health.
Provides information on health, facility and nuclear safety, planning and administration and environment.
Provides resources on national parks, land, water and wildlife.
This law firm link was designed as a resource for firm clients and is described as "a comprehensive, interactive resource for corporate counsel and environmental compliance managers." Not
only does it provide excellent links to everything from Laws & Regulations to Court & Agency Decisions to Enforcement & Litigation, but it has a
great Desk Reference with lots of useful non-environmental links.
Law Reviews and Journals
Energy Facilities Siting Board. Administrative Law, Decision, Evidence, Hearing. Due Process of Law, Adjudicatory proceeding, Notice. Public Utilities, Electrical transmission line. Electricity.