Consider two longer-term trends in environmental law and policy: (a) refocusing from rural and wild places to the environment where people are, and (b) dealing with the regulatory advantage given to existing things rather than new things when that is probably backwards. The first in particular dovetails with some of the points made by the Attorney General and EPA in their May 5 announcement about Environmental Justice. My column that will appear in the May 10 Pennsylvania Law Weekly looks at these trends. Read it here.