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Earthjustice instrumental in positive outcome
Challenge to reduce dangerous greenhouse gas emissions from WA oil refineries advances
Wilderness Study Area must be protected from off-road vehicles
Improved rules for interconnection approved, several issues remain
In an ecosystem where all life is interrelated and connected, the decline of one life form can precipitate the decline of another. In other words, as the whitebark pine seeds go, so go the Yellowstone grizzlies. In November 2011, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a ruling that reinstated Endangered Species Act protections for Yellowstone’s iconic grizzly bear population.
Sides with Americans and their health and future by defeating Sen. Rand Paul’s Bad-Neighbor Dirty Air Act and Sen. John McCain’s Big Polluter Bailout
Victory for Endangered Species Act advocates who fought to keep the species listed
Thirteen years after Earthjustice first launched legal action, the nearly 50-million-acre heartland of America’s national forests is secure. A federal appeals court has ruled in favor of the Roadless Rule, virtually ending a politically infested process that pitted resource exploiters against the vast majority of citizens who rely upon these pristine lands for recreation and repose.
Landmark ruling on wild National Forest protections
Decision acknowledges science showing American Pika is threatened by global warming
Advocate General’s opinion bolsters position of Europe and intervening environmental groups in case on EU aviation emissions trading system
Community deprived of vital information about food safety because army failed to test species that local families actually eat