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The Latest On: Water

June 9, 2008 | Article

Obama Weighs In to Support Flathead Protection

This may have been a political no-brainer:

Campaigning in Montana on the eve of the primary, Obama stated his opposition to a proposed open-pit coal mine 40km north of the Canada-US border in the headwaters of the Flathead River, which forms the western boundary of Glacier National Park, declaring that "the Flathead River and Glacier National Park are treasures that should be conserved for future generations."

May 12, 2008 | Article

Drink? Or Drive?

Drink? Or drive? That may sound like questions to ask a a prospective designated driver before a night on the town. It may soon be the stark choice faced by an entire region.

February 22, 2008 | Case

Cleaning Up New York’s Brownfields

Thousands of contaminated and abandoned gas stations, factories, other industrial and commercial sites are poisoning the air, land, and water for communities across New York.

February 19, 2008 | Article

Salmon, Bass, Owls, Spin

We've had a spate of stories here in northern California about the crash of the fall run of king salmon returning to spawn in the watershed of the Sacramento River.

June 1, 2006 | Case

Teck Cominco & Lake Roosevelt

Earthjustice work with the Colville Tribe to try to keep pollution from a metals smelter in Canada from contaminating Lake Roosevelt in Washington State.