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June 25, 2009 | Article

Supreme Indifference

Two long and thoughtful pieces today, one from the Daily Journal, the other from Greenwire, discuss in painful detail the thumping environmental cases suffered at the hands of the Supreme Court this term. In each case, the court overturned a pro-environment ruling from a court of appeals.

July 28, 2008 | Legal Document

Diazinon complaint (07/28/08)

Laswuit asking EPA to protect farmworkers, children, and wildlife from the pesticide diazinon.

July 24, 2008 | Fact Sheet

Endosulfan Fact Sheet

Endosulfan is an organochlorine insecticide that was first marketed in the 1950s. Like DDT and other organochlorines, endosulfan bioaccumulates in food chains; contaminates air, food, and drinking water; and poisons children, farmworkers, and wildlife.

July 23, 2008 | Legal Document

Endosulfan Complaint

Lawsuit against the Environmental Protection Agency to stop the continued use of a hazardous pesticide, endosulfan.

July 22, 2008 | Article

500 Years of Fossil Fuel Furor

Long before global warming came along, fossil fuels were bad for humankind, sez Michael Stermer, a professor and author who laid out his theories this week for the Los Angeles Times.

Stermer blames non-renewable fossil fuels for the world’s unending political/economic turmoil of the last 500 years.