Author Profile: Rachel Granneman

Rachel Granneman is a Staff Attorney working on ELPC’s clean energy and transportation reform litigation and policy issues. Ms. Granneman served as Executive Editor of the Michigan Journal of Environmental and Administrative Law and as a student attorney in the Environmental Law Clinic.  She was a legal intern at the Environmental Law & Policy Center and Michigan Department of Environmental Quality’s Office of the Great Lakes.  

Blog Posts by Rachel Granneman

Adieu Review: NEPA Rollback Undercuts Sensible Environmental Protections

On July 16, 2020, the Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) published its final rule rewriting the requirements for how federal agencies comply with the National Environmental Policy Act, known as “NEPA.” I identified our concerns about the draft rule in a blog entry back in January, and my colleague Ann Mesnikoff testified in front of

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Rolling Back Bedrock Environmental Law Ignores Climate Science And Stifles Public Input

You may have never heard of the Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ), but this agency plays a crucial role in protecting the environment under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). NEPA is widely considered to be the nation’s basic environmental charter. Its core purpose is to require informed and thoughtful decision-making. Before a federal agency

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