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February 5, 2013 | Blog Post

Attorney Persevered Like A Wolverine To Protect Them

Last Friday, the federal government proposed to protect wolverines as a threatened species under the Endangered Species Act. Wolverines are the biggest member of the weasel, mink, marten and otter family, but they don’t act like good family members—they are loners who cover huge ranges usually high in mountain ranges above tree line up in the rock, ice and snow.

January 31, 2013 | Blog Post

EPA Moves To Ban Dangerous Rat Poison

There’s a dangerous type of mouse and rat poison on the market that when eaten by the rodents, causes them to bleed to death internally. Problems arise when the poison sometimes finds its way into the hands of kids or pets or moves up the food chain from rats and mice to foxes, bobcats, owls and the like that pounce on sickly rodents.

January 29, 2013 | Case

Protecting Colorado's Mountain Backcountry

Earthjustice is fighting to halt coal mine expansions plans in Colorado’s iconic West Elk Wilderness Area that will destroy pristine public lands and further lock the U.S. into dirty energy dependence.

January 25, 2013 | Case

Protecting The Southwest’s Iconic Parks From Dirty Air

A fog of haze is obscuring iconic views at national parks throughout the American west, and an EPA loophole for eight dirty coal plants threatens to perpetuate the problem. Earthjustice is suing to clean up these plants and ensure EPA complies with the law.

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