In honor of Earth Day, check out some recent Federalist Society programming related to environmental law:

Parts One and Two of Peggy Little's analysis of the "Green 20" AGs' declared intent to take concerted regulatory action against those they deem climate change "deniers."

In a Federalist Society video, Andrew Grossman expands on the Green 20 investigation, and explains the importance of free speech in climate policy debates.

The Wall Street Journal reports on ExxonMobil's response to the AG probe.

Glenn Reynolds comments on the potential criminal nature of the AGs United for Clean Power in USA TODAY.

Brian R. Levey offers background and analysis of Hawkes v. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, a Clean Water Act case that lies at the intersection of administrative and environmental law.

Damien Schiff and Mark Miller write about the Hawkes case in the latest issue of the Federalist Society Review.

Jonathan Wood write about People for the Ethical Treatment of Property Owners v. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, a 10th Circuit case, in the latest issue of the Federalist Society Review