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Legal Planet Blog

The Legal Planet Blog is a collaboration between UC Berkeley School of Law and UCLA School of Law.  It covers a variety of topics in energy and environmental law.  The Legal Planet blog was listed on the 2012 ABA Journal Blawg 100, which consists of blogs voted as the most "successful" for the year 2012 by the readers of ABA Journal.

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EPA Connect - The Official Blog of EPA's Leadership

EPA Connect offers "regular posts from EPA’s leadership across the country and spanning all program areas on a range of topics of importance to the agency" (About EPA Connect, at http://blog.epa.gov/epaconnect/about/).

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Newspapers/Editorials

The New York Times posts articles online on their website.  To get unlimited access to NYTimes.com, you'll need a subscription. Visitors without a subscription can enjoy 10 free articles each calendar month on NYTimes.com, as well as unrestricted access to browse the home page, section fronts, blog fronts and classifieds.

The New York Times - Environment

All readers get free access to Washington Post digital content for up to 20 articles per month. In addition to articles, blog posts, slideshows, and other multimedia features count toward your monthly limit.  To get unlimited access, you need a subscription.

The Washington Post - Energy & Environment

 

Environmental Organizations

There are many organizations and advocacy groups that are involved in environmental law issues.  Oftentimes their websites can provide helpful information on current topics or areas of dispute.

Sierra Club

Audubon Society

Natural Resources Defense Council

National Wildlife Federation

Wilderness Society

Defenders of Wildlife

Nature Conservancy

Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation

American Petroleum Institute

Friends of the Earth

 

Environmental Law Prof Blog

The Environmental Law Prof Blog is a member of the Law Professor Blogs Network. Sponsored by Wolters Kluwer, it provides information on a variety of topics, from fracking to air pollution.

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