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Ruling protects wildlife from illegal ORV use
Judge preserves consumers’ ability to save millions, global warming pollution reductions
The EPA's decision to veto the water pollution permit for the Spruce No. 1 Mine project in West Virginia was historic and significant. Listen to how our partners in Appalachia will be impacted, and their thoughts on the mischaracterizations about this decision from politicians and coal industry lobbyists.
Court upholds Forest Service off-road vehicle ban
Taxpayer subsidy and fish-killing loopholes scrapped
In this episode of Down to Earth, Earthjustice staffer Jessica Knoblauch talks with Michael Donahoe, the former conservation co-chair of the Tahoe Area Sierra Club. Earthjustice partnered with the Sierra Club to score a recent court victory that will greatly affect current and future development along Tahoe's lakeshore.
Lake Tahoe's famed clarity has been clouded by increased human activity and urban development. But now, extensive shoreline development will be stalled by a court victory brought about by Earthjustice and our clients.
Home to California condors, arroyo toads, other imperiled species
Rules for cleaner cars and power plants can move forward
Innovative air pollution rule means no free ride for developers
Orders removal of genetically engineered sugar beet seed crop; finds government and Monsanto rushed to illegally plant herbicide resistant crop
All fish must be brought onboard and documented by federal observers
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency today announced final rules for the disclosure of greenhouse gas emissions from the oil and gas industry, one of the largest sources of methane, a potent global warming pollutant
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