Skip to main content

Water

The Latest On: Water

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.

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.

November 9, 2005 | Case

Streams and Wetlands: Nationwide Permits

Industry groups have sued to further weaken nationwide permits that already allow excessive dredging and filling wetlands throughout the country. Earthjustice intervened to oppose the industry challenge.

November 9, 2005 | Case

Preventing Oil Spills in U.S. Waters

Earthjustice intervened to oppose industry challenges to an EPA rule protecting rivers, streams and wetlands from oil spills.

Pages