“The New York Law Journal” quoted Professor Karl Coplan in an article reporting on the decision of the Second Circuit that ruled the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency does not have to require water transfers to meet a federal anti-pollution permitting program. Environmentalists had argued that water transfers can move harmful pollutants from one body of water to another. Professor Coplan is co-director of the Pace Environmental Litigation Clinic.
“It’s been a long hard fight, but I don’t think it’s over. We think the panel made some significant mistakes and we’re examining our options,” He is quoted as saying.
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