The Latest On: Rocky Mountain Office
Uranium Company With Interests In Utah Sees Stock Plummet As Reports Swirl Over Trump Trade Decision
Heidi McIntosh, Managing Attorney, Rocky Mountain Office: “New uranium mining on cherished public lands in Bears Ears National Monument and around the Grand Canyon would be the essence of stupidity. … We need to keep that toxic chapter closed for communities in the Southwest.”
Interior’s Internal FOIA Policy Gives Political Appointees Sign-Off On Document Releases, Raising Concerns
Yvonne Chi, Attorney, Rocky Mountain Office, Earthjustice: "They're allowed to have a process. They are allowed to have departmental regulations. What they're not allowed to do is to fail to meet the FOIA deadlines that is statutorily mandated."
Interstate 70 Project Contractor Asks Denver For OK To Exceed Overnight Noise Limits For 3 More Years
Suncor’s Hydrogen-Cyanide Emissions Exceeded Permit Last Year; Colorado Now Weighing Refinery’s Request To Increase Limit
Joel Minor, Attorney, Rocky Mountain Office, Earthjustice: “It’s alarming that Suncor is emitting hydrogen cyanide above its permitted level, because the refinery is located next to predominantly Latino communities in north Denver and Commerce City that already suffer negative health outcomes because they bear a disproportionate burden of pollution from numerous sources.”