When the U.S. Supreme Court decided American Electric Power Co. v. Connecticut, the blogosphere was filled with all sorts of opinions about what the future of GHG regulation might be . . . but very little in the way of cogent analysis. Fortunately, my good friend Stan Alpert has now weighed in with an analysis not only of the decision itself, but also the legal context in which it was decided and the practical business implications. Stan knows a bit about which he speaks. He is the former Chief Environmental Prosecutor in the U.S. Attorney's Office covering parts of New York City and all of Long Island, and he now advises companies on their compliance with climate change, GHG, and environmental laws and regulations. To read his brief yet illuminating analysis, click here.