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June 10, 2014 | Press Release

Court Upholds the San Pedro River’s Right to Water

Arizona Superior Court Judge Crane McClennen today reversed and vacated the Arizona Department of Water Resources’ (ADWR) approval of a massive groundwater pumping project that would have drained the Upper San Pedro River in Southern Arizona.  The court concluded tha

June 6, 2014 | Blog Post

Applying GIS Mapping to Environmental Law

Geographic Information Systems have become an integral part of Earthjustice's work to protect public health and the environment; GIS services are provided by our staff to support case development and litigation, advocacy and public outreach and education.

May 22, 2014 | Blog Post

New Mexico's New Monument

President Obama designated half-a-million acres of Chihuahuan desert ecosystem as the Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument.

May 16, 2014 | Blog Post

Victory for Canyonlands

The Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals has issued a decision that prevents the state of Utah and San Juan County from turning a creek in Canyonlands National Park into a highway for off-roaders.

May 9, 2014 | Press Release

Court Upholds Colorado’s Renewable Energy Standard

A Colorado District Court judge cleared the path towards a clean energy future today when he upheld Colorado’s Renewable Energy Standard (RES).  Four conservation groups—Conservation Colorado Education Fund, Environment Colorado, Sierra Club and The Wilderness Society, all represented by Earthjustice and Western Resource Advocates—had intervened to defend the RES against a constitutional challenge from the right-wing advocacy organization Energy and Environment Legal Institut

April 15, 2014 | Feature

The United States of Solar

Earthjustice's clean energy work stretches from the islands of Hawaiʻi to across the mainland. Learn about our key litigation and policy work on solar energy nationwide and in states across the country.

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