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General Counsel Fired for Not Being “Collegial” in Reporting Waste and Abuse
State ORV Park Violating California Water Quality Law Tracy — Despite budget cuts that threaten other State Parks, the Department of Parks and Recreation had not planned to close any of their State Vehicular Recreation Areas (SVRAs). That may change, now that a Superior Court Judge has ordered Carnegie SVRA either to comply with the Porter-Cologne Water Quality Control Act by filing a Report of Waste Discharge and suspending all off-highway vehicle activity until it receives a permit from the...
Everglades Restoration Imperiled by Imploding South Florida Water Quality
New Video Frames Fundamental Weaknesses of Cap & Trade Approach
Legal Petition Filed With Feds to Protect 3 Million Acres from Development
Creek Ruined by Off-Road Abuse in Carnegie Recreation Area
Vapor Intrusion Controls May End Three-Year Ordeal at Atlantic Highlands
Controversial Artificial Impoundments Failing Their Purpose
Agency Admits It Did Not Perform Promised Scientific Studies of Health Dangers
Fish & Wildlife Service Announces Review Leading to Endangered Species Listing
Elimination of “Policy Review” for Technical Articles to Reduce Political Interference
Gov. Crist Nixes Joining RGGI or Pursuing State Emission Curbs; Will Defer to Feds
New Jersey under Pressure to Lift Ban on Wind Turbines in Migratory Bird Flyway
Fish & Wildlife Service Rejects PEER Petition to End “Swim-With” Permits
Industry-Friendly State Regulator Signals There Will Be No Crackdown on Abuses
Corrective Actions Never Implemented for Toxic, Wetlands and Other Programs
Public Health Imperiled by Park’s Illegal Asbestos Removal, Transport and Storage
Research Confirms St. Lawrence Cement Plant Pollutes Nearby Camden Waterfront Neighborhood Camden — A coalition of local, regional and statewide environmental advocates came together today to publicly unveil a state report that confirms that the St. Lawrence Cement Plant (Holcim) in Camden, New Jersey – located within just blocks of the Waterfront South community – does indeed contribute significant pollution to this poor and working class neighborhood. The report, “Final Report: Contribution...
Most Populations Declined Again in 2009
Bush Holdovers Perpetuate Pattern of Abuse and Malfeasance without Oversight