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January 10, 2002
Earthjustice defends environment from White House attacks
December 5, 2001
Decline in Steller sea lion populations cited
April 20, 2001
A court order that halted logging in roadless areas of the Tongass National Forest was defended in court by forest conservation groups.
April 4, 2001
The US District Court for the District of Alaska ruled that the Forest Service violated federal laws when the agency refused to consider any new wilderness areas in the 1997 Final Environmental Impact Statement for the Tongass Land Management Plan Revision.
March 19, 2001
In response to a court challenge seeking to overturn the roadless policy filed by Boise Cascade Company, the state of Idaho and others, the U.S. Justice Department Friday "committed to postponing" implementation of the policy yet again.
February 23, 2001
On behalf of eight conservation groups, lawyers from Earthjustice and Natural Resources Defense Council filed court papers against the State of Alaska's lawsuit seeking to overturn the U.S. Forest Service's new Roadless Rule.
January 4, 2001
A coalition of United States and Canadian conservation groups formally asked the U.S. government to use a federal statute, which includes the threat of trade sanctions, to pressure Canada to stop a controversial mining project proposed for British Columbia's Taku River.
December 15, 2000
Efforts by Senator Ted Stevens (R-AK) to waive the Endangered Species Act (ESA) have failed. The endangered Steller sea lions, while still victims from large-scale, intensive trawl fishing, are no longer victim to a hostile effort from Stevens to suspend federal environmental laws for the sake of industrial fishing special interests.
December 8, 2000
A coalition of major environmental groups delivered a letter to the White House urging the Clinton Adminstration to oppose any attempts by Congress to undermine critical Endangered Species Act protections for Steller sea lions in Alaska.
December 5, 2000
Earthjustice filed a suit charging that the State has failed to adequately prevent harm to its land, wildlife, and citizens due to an illegally adopted policy governing "generally allowed" uses of State land.
December 5, 2000
A federal judge has dissolved an injunction that restricts trawl fishing in the Steller sea lion's critical habitat following the release of a Biological Opinion on December 1, 2000, by the National Marine Fisheries Service.
December 1, 2000
The National Marine Fisheries Service released its long-awaited Biological Opinion addressing the effects of the North Pacific federally-managed groundfish fisheries on endangered Steller sea lions in Alaska.
October 19, 2000
A major anti-environmental rider is being proposed that would prevent endangered Steller sea lions from receiving the protection of two of our Nation's basic federal environmental laws.
August 8, 2000
The ban on trawl fishing in critical habitat for endangered Steller sea lions, ordered last month by a federal court in Seattle, is set to take effect at noon Pacific time August 8th.
July 20, 2000
A Federal Court ruled that the National Marine Fisheries Service must implement immediate and significant changes to the Alaska groundfish fisheries in order to protect endangered Steller sea lions.