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August 13, 1999
In a landmark victory, a federal court ordered the Environmental Protection Agency to clean up polluted lakes, streams and rivers throughout Florida.
August 5, 1999
Conservation groups sued the U.S. Forest Service because, in developing the new plan for Alaska's Tongass National Forest, the agency failed to consider permanent wilderness area protection for any portion of the millions of acres of undeveloped wild lands on the Tongass.
August 2, 1999
The Sea Turtle Survival League and the Save The Manatee Club instituted legal proceedings to have specific language in the law establishing the new Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission declared unconstitutional.
July 28, 1999
On July 29th the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver, Colorado will hear oral arguments regarding a longstanding dispute over the fate of wolf recovery in the Northern Rocky Mountains.
July 21, 1999
In a lawsuit filed against the US Trade Representative and the US Department of Commerce, environmental groups accuse US trade policy makers of giving exclusive access to the timber industry in trade advisory committees while marginalizing environmental groups.
July 20, 1999
The Hawai`i District Court ordered the Secretary of the Interior and Director of the US Fish and Wildlife Service to finalize a proposed rule to list ten Hawaiian plant taxa as endangered under the Endangered Species Act by August 31, 1999.
July 9, 1999
In a landmark decision, a federal court found that National Marine Fisheries Service's management of the giant North Pacific fisheries is illegal.
June 9, 1999
The Vallejo Sanitation District and San Francisco BayKeeper announced that they have reached a settlement of a three-year old Clean Water Act lawsuit.
June 4, 1999
The Help Save the Apalachicola River Group and the Florida Wildlife Federation moved to intervene in a legal challenge an Alabama industry association brought in February of 1999.
May 24, 1999
A large coalition of fishing groups and environmentalists moved to intervene in a lawsuit filed recently by two landowners in Mendocino County and several units of the Farm Bureau.
May 20, 1999
Six Montana conservation organizations filed a lawsuit against the Army Corps of Engineers for violating environmental laws and ignoring the warnings of scientists as the agency approves permits on the Yellowstone River.
May 10, 1999
Anti-environmental riders shut down public debate and usually provide gifts to Congress' special interest friends.
April 23, 1999
A coalition of environmental groups and local taxpayers filed suit against the US Department of Interior to force the agency to comply with the Freedom of Information Act.
April 20, 1999
Conservation Council for Hawai`i, represented by Earthjustice, filed suit against the Secretary of the Interior and Director of the US Fish and Wildlife Service, to list ten Hawaiian plants as endangered under the Endangered Species Act.