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December 23, 2002
School board's plans to build violate settlement agreement
December 19, 2002
Fails to appoint environmentalist to key trade committee
December 19, 2002
Bush Administration moves in opposite direction, with plans to gut salmon protection rules on federal forests.
December 19, 2002
Ruling sets precedent for greater transparency in FTAA and future negotiations
December 19, 2002
Region faces stronger anti-pollution measures to protect health
December 19, 2002
Federal government ordered to better manage, protect ocean resources
December 18, 2002
New births signal there is still time to act
December 16, 2002
Tied (4-4) ruling upholds lower court decision
December 12, 2002
Roadless rule injunction lifted
December 12, 2002
Conservation groups hail opportunity to consider alternatives to dredging
December 11, 2002
Back room deal pushed through despite lawsuit demanding public access to negotiations
December 11, 2002
New limits to take effect by next September
December 6, 2002
Central Valley Water Board Caves to Agribusiness and Allows Continued Pollution
December 3, 2002
Environmental and cultural impacts not addressed as required by state law
November 27, 2002
Pesticide runoff is harmful to salmon