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November 7, 2001
A coalition of conservation groups file lawsuit challenging Forest Service and BLM leases of prime wildlife habitat near Yellowstone National Park for oil development.
November 1, 2001
Citing a long history of neglect for California's San Joaquin Valley air pollution problems, a coalition of groups filed suit against the USEPA.
October 30, 2001
A federal district court denied the request by eight environmental and fishing groups to reinstate federal Endangered Species Act protections for Oregon coast coho salmon.
October 29, 2001
Environmental organizations strongly protested a US Army Corps of Engineers' proposal continuing broad blanket permission to destroy and damage wetlands and streams.
October 25, 2001
Environmental groups filed a lawsuit to shine sunlight on closed-door negotiations between the federal government and the State of Utah concerning the state's claim to more than 10,000 roads and trails crossing federal lands.
October 23, 2001
The federal District Court for the District of Columbia is scheduled to hear oral arguments today in an Earthjustice case challenging a 1999 Interior Department regulation that allows coal companies to collapse the surface under homes, schools, national parks, and other sensitive areas that Congress protected.
October 23, 2001
"These judges will be deciding for decades whether or not to uphold the very laws Americans depend on to protect their environment and public health," said Glenn Sugameli, senior legislative counsel.
October 23, 2001
Te US Environmental Protection Agency, under threat of legal action by medical, community, and environmental groups, has reclassified California's San Joaquin Valley as a 'severe' region for ozone air pollution.
October 18, 2001
On behalf of the Center for Biological Diversity and the Forest Guardians, Earthjustice is challenging a district court ruling that grazing, which admittedly violates the Endangered Species Act, may continue unabated in certain parts of national forests in Arizona and New Mexico.
October 15, 2001
Earthjustice attorneys presented oral arguments in defense of the roadless forest rule before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in Seattle.
October 11, 2001
Conservation groups filed suit to stop logging and road construction in eastern Washington where last woodland caribou in continental US live.
October 10, 2001
The Environmental Protection Agency issued a waiver of clean air standards for airborne particles in Imperial Valley, California, leaving valley residents at risk from a highly dangerous class of pollutants.
October 9, 2001
Environmental and public interest groups filed suit in against US Trade Representative Robert Zoellick for stonewalling public access to the US negotiating position on the US-Chile Free Trade Agreement.
October 9, 2001
Faced with the threat of a lawsuit, officials with the San Joaquin Valley Unified Air Pollution Control District have agreed to settle with four community groups a dispute about the implementation of six air pollution control measures.
October 4, 2001
A settlement brings to a successful conclusion a three-year legal effort to compel the Army to prepare a comprehensive Environmental Impact Statement on impact of military training at Makua, O`ahu, Hawai'i.