The Supreme Court’s environmental docket is still in flux just days from the launch of its new term, which begins Oct. 7.
One of two high-stakes pollution cases on the calendar might not happen at all, and the court hasn’t yet decided whether to add more.
Debates over natural gas pipelines, climate change, and the Flint water crisis are vying for the justices’ attention.
Challenges to the Trump administration’s environmental rollbacks, meanwhile, are inching ahead in lower jurisdictions. But experts are on guard in case any of them leapfrog to the Supreme Court or line up ...