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August 12, 2002
Studies "will not enable decision makers to render a verdict on the impact" of live-fire training
July 31, 2002
Wanted to subsidize leeward development
July 9, 2002
Congressional Testimony by David Henkin Staff Attorney, Earthjustice Honolulu, Hawai' i Regional Office
June 27, 2002
Environmentalists fear possible extinction of Pacific Leatherback sea turtle
April 30, 2002
Navy not above the law
April 16, 2002
Fish and Wildlife Service to Make Decisions by June 2003
January 10, 2002
Earthjustice defends environment from White House attacks
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.
September 4, 2001
Judge David Alan Ezra of the Hawai`i District Court has ordered the United States Environmental Protection Agency to identify all of Hawai`i's polluted streams and other water bodies.
July 20, 2001
A U.S. District Court in Hawai`i issued an order barring the U.S. Army from conducting live-fire training exercises at Makua Military Reservation (MMR) on O`ahu pending a final decision on whether the Army must prepare a comprehensive Environmental Impact Statement (EIS).
May 22, 2001
Environmental groups sued the National Marine Fisheries Service, the Department of Commerce, and Donald L. Evans, Secretary of Commerce, challenging the decision to authorize continued killing of endangered leatherback and green sea turtles by the Hawai`i-based longline fishery.
May 16, 2001
Malama Makua, represented by Earthjustice Legal Defense Fund, will return to court to challenge the US Army's claim that resuming live-fire training and related activities at Makua Military Reservation on O`ahu would have no significant impact on the more than 40 endangered species and dozens of sacred and cultural sites found at Makua and on neighboring communities.
March 20, 2001
Environmental groups renewed their efforts to protect dozens of threatened and endangered Hawaiian plants by calling on the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to follow the law and designate critical habitat in all areas essential to the plants' recovery.