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EPA Publishes Final 316(b) Rule: Flexibility for Generators Means Litigation By Environmental Groups

Last Friday, EPA finally published its § 316(b) rule in the Federal Register. As we noted in May, the rule is more significant for what it does not do – require closed cycle cooling – than for what it does....more

EPA Promulgates Final Cooling Water Intake Rule: Much Ado About Not Very Much?

On Monday, EPA finally announced promulgation of its long-awaited rule governing cooling water intake structures at existing facilities. The rule is certainly important, but it’s not earthshattering and it may be more...more

European Union Moves Closer to Mandatory Social and Environmental Reporting

The European Union took another step toward requiring large companies to publish social and environmental performance reports when the European Parliament approved amendments to a draft directive by a 599-55 majority last...more

2 and 1/2 Strikes and the NGOs May Be Out: EPA Refuses to Exercise Residual Designation Authority

Stormwater regulation is a thorny issue. There is widespread agreement that nutrient run-off can be a significant problem, but little agreement on what to do about it, since stormwater infrastructure is normally managed by...more

Private Governance of Green Claims in the Marketplace: The Role of NAD and Advertising Self-Regulation

Private environmental governance encompasses a broad range of private actors creating systems and mechanisms for promoting various environmental or “green” attributes. Increasingly, companies are conducting life-cycle...more

"The IRS Final Report on Nonprofit Colleges and Universities: Lessons for All Tax-Exempt Organizations" at the NGO General Counsel...

In this presentation: - IRS Enforcement - Compliance Projects - The Colleges and Universities Compliance Project ..Timeline ..Final Report - Lessons to Be Learned from the Final...more

OFAC Issues Two General Licenses Affecting Iranian Transactions and Sanctions Regulations

On September 10, 2013, the U.S. Department of the Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) issued two General Licenses affecting the Iranian transactions and sanctions regulations. General License E authorizes...more

Group Identifies Conflict Minerals Report Expectations

The Responsible Sourcing Network has released a paper, the goal of which is to describe the content that certain sustainable and responsible investors, or SRIs, and nongovernmental organizations, or NGOs, expect to see in an...more

Technology & Sourcing News - August 2013

Is gambling law about to liberalise in the Czech Republic? - Foreign entrepreneurs may benefit from the Czech Government's approval of new gambling regulations needed to comply with EU requirements. Data Centre Risk...more

Africa: What You Need To Know About OAPI And ARIPO

For some, Africa is a continent of poverty and conflict, shaped by its colonial past and dictatorships or unrest that followed....more

Changes at the Top at CHRO

The Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities is going through some changes now in leadership....more

New Energy NGO To Promote Understanding Of Advanced Energy For Michigan

The Institute for Energy Innovation's mission is to promote greater public understanding of advanced energy and its economic potential for Michigan, and to inform the public and policy discussion on Michigan's energy...more

Red Notices and Russia - Why the raid on Amnesty International's offices matters

The offices of Amnesty International in Russia were recently raided as part of an "audit," as reported in the New York Times by David Herszenhorn and Andrew Roth, here. Amnesty International is a leading non-governmental...more

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