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January 3, 2006 | Feature

The Anacostia River

Not so long ago, the Anacostia River was the pride of the District of Columbia, flowing as a pristine ribbon for nearly nine miles from Prince George’s County in Maryland to where it empties into the Potomac. Unfortunately, the river has been abused for decades, making it one of the most polluted rivers in the nation.

January 3, 2006

Roger Jacobs

Roger Jacobs is an IT Operations Manager at Earthjustice’s headquarters in San Francisco, CA.

December 15, 2005 | Case

PM-10 Contingency Measures

This deadline suit seeks to compel EPA to act on the contingency measures in the San Joaquin Valley Air District's PM-10 plan. Contingency measures are required under the federal Clean Air Act as a backstop to protect public health should the Valley fail to meet major milestones in cleaning up particulate matter pollution. The EPA has yet to approve a set of contingency measures for the Valley and the plan is long overdue.

November 22, 2005 | Case

Colorado River Cutthroat Trout

Earthjustice filed a lawsuit asking the Federal District Court to compel the US Fish and Wildlife Service to consider protection for the imperiled westslope cutthroat trout.

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