The Congressional Research Service does not currently maintain a publicly accessible website for its reports. To find reports related to environmental law that are freely available online, try these sources
TIP: Use the footnotes and references in your CRS reports to track down primary sources, like case law and federal laws.
The Congressional Research Service (CRS) provides nonpartisan, objective analysis on complex policy issues to members of Congress. Known for timely, accurate, and thorough research, CRS reports are designed to explain an issue in the legislative context, which means they can be a great starting place for understanding your legal topic.
Start with background reading on your case or legal issue to get summaries, context, and major developments, and to identify significant laws.