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December 3, 2001
Maryland and Connecticut don't make the cut.
November 21, 2001
Demand compliance with an earlier settlement for clean-up plan
November 14, 2001
"Industry's efforts to confuse Americans into treating smog like sunblock is yet another dodge by polluters who don't want to clean up," said Howard Fox of Earthjustice, which represents American Lung Association in the case.
November 12, 2001
"We are pleased that the White House is taking an interest in recycling," said Earthjustice policy analyst Maria Weidner. "Unfortunately, they're recycling a bad nominee by trying to put him, again, in an important environmental position."
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 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.
September 28, 2001
Earthjustice called a recent federal appeals court decision that rejected designation of metropolitan Cincinnati as a clean air region "an important step in ensuring the citizens of Cincinnati have healthy air to breathe."
September 4, 2001
Earthjustice filed papers in federal court late Friday charging that a federal program aimed at cleaning and reducing air pollution in national parks and wilderness areas is woefully inadequate.
July 27, 2001
Reacting to the latest expected attempt by industry to circumvent clean air standards, Earthjustice called the effort an attack on public health.
July 24, 2001
Reacting to a new proposed plan from the DC Water and Sewer Authority to be discussed at a public meeting tonight, concerned parties called the proposal grossly inadequate to protect DC rivers from dangerous levels of bacteria and other pollutants.
July 24, 2001
Earthjustice today secured a landmark victory for public health and the environment pertaining to critical clean air standards. In its ruling today, the United States Court of Appeals struck down as inadequate and unlawful EPA regulations for incinerators and cement kilns that burn hazardous waste.
July 24, 2001
Challenging the Environmental Protection Agency's fundamentally dysfunctional air toxics program, Earthjustice has filed seven lawsuits each day for a week.
July 23, 2001
Challenging the Environmental Protection Agency's own failure to comply with the Clean Air Act, Earthjustice today filed the sixth of seven lawsuits against EPA on behalf of Sierra Club. Today's lawsuit addresses EPA's failure to report to Congress on its own progress -- and that of the States -- in implementing the Clean Air Act's air toxics provisions.
July 20, 2001
While the Environmental Protection Agency flounders with a dysfunctional regulation program for air toxics, unchecked pollution threatens Americans' health. To address EPA's regulatory lapse, Earthjustice filed today the fifth of seven lawsuits against EPA on behalf of Sierra Club.