The one-stop source for those who need to stay on top of all of today’s major environmental and energy action. With an average of more than 25 stories a day, Greenwire covers the complete spectrum, from electricity industry restructuring to Clean Air Act litigation to public lands management.
Includes daily news, the "Weeks Top Stories", "Hot Documents" and a database of special reports, policy papers, comments, draft and final regulations, court decisions, legislation, state proceedings, etc. Searchable archive back to 1998.
Law360 has more than 40 practice area, industry, and state sections that cover litigation, legislation and regulation, corporate deals, major personnel moves, and legal industry news and trends. It includes sections on Energy and Environmental.
ClimateWire is designed to bring readers unmatched coverage of the debate over climate policy and its effects on business, the environment and society. Climate issues have become so pervasive, and our clients' interest in climate change has become so intense, that developing ClimateWire became an inevitable means to expand and enhance E&E's already top-tier coverage of this critical issue area.
The Environmental Law Reporter® is an essential online research tool edited by attorneys that provides the most-often cited analysis of environmental, sustainability, natural resources, energy, toxic tort, and land use law and policy.
This is an active blog from the National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition (an alliance of grassroots organizations that advocates for federal policy reform to advance the sustainability of agriculture, food systems, natural resources, and rural communities) that includes new regulations, proposed bills, and other news related to sustainable agriculture issues.
This blog is by a member of the Jurisdynamics network (a collection of law blogs) and updated by agriculture law academics, including Susan Schneider the editor of Food, Farming, and Sustainability noted above.
The American Farmland Trust is a nonprofit conservation organization dedicated to protecting farmland and promoting sound farm policy. Includes sections on agriculture and the environment, growing locally, federal farm policy, and state issues and programs.
IATP is a non-profit organization promoting fair and sustainable food, farm, and trade systems. Issues include agricultural technology, climate change, drought, the farm bill, energy, food justice, rural development, and industrialized meat.