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February 19, 2012 | Audio

Makua: The Stolen, Sacred Land

Attorney David Henkin has been working for almost two decades to end live-fire training operations at the Mākua Military Reservation on Oʻahu. A culturally and ecologically important area, Mākua is home to scores of ancient Hawaiian artifacts, cultural sites and nearly 50 endangered plants and animals.

February 16, 2012 | Blog Post

Victory Stands For The Roadless Rule

Nearly 50 million acres of America’s most pristine public forest lands remain protected today, thanks to a decision this afternoon by the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals denying a last-ditch effort by the State of Wyoming and the Colorado Mining Association to overturn the U.S. Forest Service Roadless Area Conservation Rule, more commonly known as the Roadless Rule.

February 16, 2012 | Case

Idaho Clean Water Protections

Idaho, at the behest of its phosphate industry and others, asked the U.S. EPA for permission to discharge polluted water into state waterways. The EPA agreed to this proposal, endangering some of the state’s most pristine waters. Earthjustice sued under the Clean Water Act.

February 15, 2012 | Blog Post

Thousands Join Florida Anti-Slime Brigade

A big thank you to the more than 17,000 people who have sent letters to the White House so far in support of strong U.S. Environmental Protection Agency limits for sewage, manure and fertilizer in Florida waters. We so appreciate you all having our backs on our quest to clean up Florida’s number-one pollution problem.

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