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NBC Los Angeles
Man Hospitalized After Bison Attack on Catalina IslandA man has been hospitalized after he was gored by a bison on Santa Catalina Isl
Man Hospitalized After Bison Attack on Catalina Island
NBC Los Angeles / Posted 14 hours ago
A man has been hospitalized after he was gored by a bison on Santa Catalina Island. The Orange County Register reports that 43-year-old Chris Baker was airlifted to Harbor-UCLA Medical Center Wednesday after the attack near Isthmus Pier, near the... Read more
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NBC San Diego
Man Hospitalized After Bison Attack on Catalina IslandA man has been hospitalized after he was gored by a bison on Santa Catalina Isl
Man Hospitalized After Bison Attack on Catalina Island
NBC San Diego / Posted 14 hours ago
A man has been hospitalized after he was gored by a bison on Santa Catalina Island. The Orange County Register reports that 43-year-old Chris Baker was airlifted to Harbor-UCLA Medical Center Wednesday after the attack near Isthmus Pier, near the... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
New Orleans launches resilience roadmap to tackle climate and social challengesAs well as seeking ways for the city to both prevent and survive more climate-r
New Orleans launches resilience roadmap to tackle climate and social challenges
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 2 days ago
As well as seeking ways for the city to both prevent and survive more climate-related catastrophes, it treats social challenges such as poverty, racial inequality and crime as disasters that must be addressed if New Orleans is to become truly... Read more
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EuroNews
New Orleans recovery entrenches inequality critics sayNew Orleans has been resurrected since Hurricane Katrina struck the US Gulf Coa
New Orleans recovery entrenches inequality critics say
EuroNews / Posted 2 days ago
New Orleans has been resurrected since Hurricane Katrina struck the US Gulf Coast, ten years ago. Nearly 2,000 people lost their lives in the destruction, and the disaster changed the face of the city. Now the historic French Quarter is more... Read more
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TribLIVE
McCandless garden receives ‘certified wildlife habitat’ designationKim Zachary planted a garden in her yard, and up sprouted a certified wildlife
McCandless garden receives ‘certified wildlife habitat’ designation
TribLIVE / Posted 3 days ago
Kim Zachary planted a garden in her yard, and up sprouted a certified wildlife habitat. The quarter-acre garden — which wraps around three sides of Zachary's Colonial-style home in McCandless and features a vegetable patch in the front yard, an herb... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
BLM finalizes White River oil, gas plan The Bureau of Land Management has finalized an oil and gas management plan in
BLM finalizes White River oil, gas plan
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 4 days ago
The Bureau of Land Management has finalized an oil and gas management plan in northwest Colorado that includes a master leasing plan in the area of Dinosaur National Monument. The agency last week announced... Read more
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St. Charles Republican
Campton Hills woman is part of national effort to save monarch butterfliesIn 2010, she said she released between 500 and 600 monarchs. This is significan
Campton Hills woman is part of national effort to save monarch butterflies
St. Charles Republican / Posted 6 days ago
In 2010, she said she released between 500 and 600 monarchs. This is significant, she said, because their mortality is 90 percent. “In nature, it would have been 50 or 60 butterflies,” Grillo said. “They die from predators or lack of food or natural... Read more
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The Rhinelander Daily News
Group seeks endangered listing for mooseAccording to the petition, filed with the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, climate
Group seeks endangered listing for moose
The Rhinelander Daily News / Posted 6 days ago
According to the petition, filed with the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, climate change is the major reason for the significant decline in moose populations in some of those states, particularly in Minnesota, with habitat destruction also registering... Read more
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Kane County Chronicle
Campton Hills woman is part of national effort to save monarch butterfliesIn 2010, she said she released between 500 and 600 monarchs. This is significan
Campton Hills woman is part of national effort to save monarch butterflies
Kane County Chronicle / Posted 6 days ago
In 2010, she said she released between 500 and 600 monarchs. This is significant, she said, because their mortality is 90 percent. “In nature, it would have been 50 or 60 butterflies,” Grillo said. “They die from predators or lack of food or natural... Read more
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Roll Call
Saving Louisiana: 10 Years After Hurricane Katrina | Commentary By David Muth, Douglas J. Meffert and Steve Cochran Ten years a
Saving Louisiana: 10 Years After Hurricane Katrina
Roll Call / Posted 8 days ago
| Commentary By David Muth, Douglas J. Meffert and Steve Cochran Ten years after Hurricane Katrina slammed ashore and New Orleans descended into unfathomable chaos, the restaurants are back, the... Read more
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Denver Post
Animas River: Long-term impacts of wastewater spill lie beneath the currentAs the initial furor over the Aug. 5 mine wastewater deluge into the Animas Riv
Animas River: Long-term impacts of wastewater spill lie beneath the current
Denver Post / Posted 9 days ago
As the initial furor over the Aug. 5 mine wastewater deluge into the Animas River has slowly settled, so have potentially toxic heavy metals — leaving the possibilities for long-range impact literally lining the riverbed. State and federal officials... Read more
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South Maryland News
Young enthusiast’s nature picture garners national magazine attentionBen Springer, 13, is seeing how a passion for photography and interest in natur
Young enthusiast’s nature picture garners national magazine attention
South Maryland News / Posted 9 days ago
Ben Springer, 13, is seeing how a passion for photography and interest in nature can turn into a rewarding pastime — and potentially much more. The Port Republic resident recently won “Your Best Shots,” a national photo contest for Ranger Rick, a... Read more
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Denver Post
Animas River: Long-term impacts of wastewater spill lie beneath the currentAs the initial furor over the Aug. 5 mine wastewater deluge into the Animas Riv
Animas River: Long-term impacts of wastewater spill lie beneath the current
Denver Post / Posted 9 days ago
As the initial furor over the Aug. 5 mine wastewater deluge into the Animas River has slowly settled, so have potentially toxic heavy metals — leaving the possibilities for long-range impact literally lining the river bed. State and federal... Read more
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Canon City Daily Record
230 Colorado mines are leaking heavy metals into state riversAfter the 3 million gallon Gold King Mine blowout, Colorado officials began scr
230 Colorado mines are leaking heavy metals into state rivers
Canon City Daily Record / Posted 10 days ago
After the 3 million gallon Gold King Mine blowout, Colorado officials began scrambling to create a map of a problem they've known about for years: 230 other old mines statewide leaking heavy metals-laced muck into headwaters of the nation's... Read more
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The Shelby County Reporter
Hilltop Montessori School announces Phase Three groundbreakingFROM STAFF REPORTSMT LAUREL—Hilltop Montessori School will hold a groundbreakin
Hilltop Montessori School announces Phase Three groundbreaking
The Shelby County Reporter / Posted 10 days ago
FROM STAFF REPORTSMT LAUREL—Hilltop Montessori School will hold a groundbreaking ceremony for their Phase Three expansion on Friday, Sept. 18 at 10 a.m. on the school’s Mt Laurel campus. Hilltop Montessori School students will participate in a time... Read more
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Denver Post
230 Colorado mines are leaking heavy metals into state riversAfter the 3 million gallon Gold King Mine blowout, Colorado officials began scr
230 Colorado mines are leaking heavy metals into state rivers
Denver Post / Posted 11 days ago
After the 3 million gallon Gold King Mine blowout, Colorado officials began scrambling to create a map of a problem they've known about for years: 230 other old mines statewide leaking heavy metals-laced muck into headwaters of the nation's... Read more
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Canon City Daily Record
Map created after Animas River spill shows Colorado faces 230 mines leaking heavy metals into riversAfter the 3 million gallon Gold King Mine blowout, Colorado officials began scr
Map created after Animas River spill shows Colorado faces 230 mines leaking heavy metals into rivers
Canon City Daily Record / Posted 11 days ago
After the 3 million gallon Gold King Mine blowout, Colorado officials began scrambling to create a map of a problem they've known about for years: 230 other old mines statewide leaking heavy metals-laced muck into headwaters of the nation's... Read more
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Denver Post
Map created after Animas River spill shows Colorado faces 230 mines leaking heavy metals into riversAfter the 3 million gallon Gold King Mine blowout, Colorado officials began scr
Map created after Animas River spill shows Colorado faces 230 mines leaking heavy metals into rivers
Denver Post / Posted 12 days ago
After the 3 million gallon Gold King Mine blowout, Colorado officials began scrambling to create a map of a problem they've known about for years: 230 other old mines statewide leaking heavy metals-laced muck into headwaters of the nation's... Read more
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Daily Herald
For some Yellowstone bison, a date with deathYELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. -- Even for a park with a history of unhappy en
For some Yellowstone bison, a date with death
Daily Herald / Posted 12 days ago
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. -- Even for a park with a history of unhappy encounters between people and wildlife, 2015 is shaping up as an eventful year for Yellowstone and its bison. Since mid-May, five visitors have been hurt -- gored, trampled... Read more
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Canon City Daily Record
Animas River spill makes Silverton even warier of EPASILVERTON — For years, three letters have made people in this old mining town p
Animas River spill makes Silverton even warier of EPA
Canon City Daily Record / Posted 12 days ago
SILVERTON — For years, three letters have made people in this old mining town particularly suspicious: EPA. But when the Environmental Protection Agency released 3 million gallons of wastewater from a nearby historic mine Aug. 5, that suspicion grew... Read more
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Washington Post
For some Yellowstone bison, the roaming ends at the slaughterhouseA herd of bison roams on the Fort Peck Reservation near Poplar, Mont., in 2012.
For some Yellowstone bison, the roaming ends at the slaughterhouse
Washington Post / Posted 12 days ago
A herd of bison roams on the Fort Peck Reservation near Poplar, Mont., in 2012. (Matthew Brown/AP) YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. — Even for a park with a history of unhappy encounters between people and wildlife, 2015 is shaping up as an eventful... Read more
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Boulder Daily Camera
Animas River spill makes Silverton even warier of EPASILVERTON — For years, three letters have made people in this old mining town p
Animas River spill makes Silverton even warier of EPA
Boulder Daily Camera / Posted 12 days ago
SILVERTON — For years, three letters have made people in this old mining town particularly suspicious: EPA. But when the Environmental Protection Agency released 3 million gallons of wastewater from a nearby historic mine Aug. 5, that suspicion grew... Read more
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Denver Post
Spill makes Silverton even warier of EPASILVERTON — For years, three letters have made people in this old mining town p
Spill makes Silverton even warier of EPA
Denver Post / Posted 13 days ago
SILVERTON — For years, three letters have made people in this old mining town particularly suspicious: EPA. But when the Environmental Protection Agency released 3 million gallons of wastewater from a nearby historic mine Aug. 5, that suspicion grew... Read more
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Denver Post
Spill makes Silverton even warier of EPASILVERTON — For years, three letters have made people in this old mining town p
Spill makes Silverton even warier of EPA
Denver Post / Posted 13 days ago
SILVERTON — For years, three letters have made people in this old mining town particularly suspicious: EPA. But when the Environmental Protection Agency released 3 million gallons of wastewater from a nearby historic mine Aug. 5, that suspicion grew... Read more
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Daily Mail
Louisiana's fishing towns are melting into Gulf of MexicoLosing to the sea: How ten years after Katrina, Louisiana's fishing towns are d
Louisiana's fishing towns are melting into Gulf of Mexico
Daily Mail / Posted 13 days ago
Losing to the sea: How ten years after Katrina, Louisiana's fishing towns are disappearing into the Gulf of Mexico Ten years after Hurricane Katrina ravaged the Gulf Coast, New Orleans has been fortified by a new $14.5-billion flood protection... Read more
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Oakland Tribune
Famous mountain lion P-32 killed on Interstate 5 in Southern California Feb. 10, 2015: P-32 approaches a remote camera in California. (National Park
Famous mountain lion P-32 killed on Interstate 5 in Southern California
Oakland Tribune / Posted 13 days ago
Feb. 10, 2015: P-32 approaches a remote camera in California. (National Park Service via AP) A mountain lion who had become a Southern California celebrity with his bold... Read more
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Inside Bay Area
Famous mountain lion P-32 killed on Interstate 5 in Southern California Feb. 10, 2015: P-32 approaches a remote camera in California. (National Park
Famous mountain lion P-32 killed on Interstate 5 in Southern California
Inside Bay Area / Posted 13 days ago
Feb. 10, 2015: P-32 approaches a remote camera in California. (National Park Service via AP) A mountain lion who had become a Southern California celebrity with his bold... Read more
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Houston Chronicle
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Gulf eats away at coast outside levee-protected New Orleans
Houston Chronicle / Posted 13 days ago
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San Antonio Express-News
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Gulf eats away at coast outside levee-protected New Orleans
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 14 days ago
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San Antonio Express-News
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Gulf eats away at coast outside levee-protected New Orleans
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 14 days ago
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Sterling Journal-Advocate
Parks, Library and Recreation Board approves no-smoking rules for parksSTERLING — The city of Sterling Parks, Library and Recreation Board took action
Parks, Library and Recreation Board approves no-smoking rules for parks
Sterling Journal-Advocate / Posted 14 days ago
STERLING — The city of Sterling Parks, Library and Recreation Board took action on smoking in parks at their meeting Tuesday. Rules prohibiting smoking cigarettes and e-cigarettes inside city buildings and within 25 feet of park structures and... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Climate change threatens Lackawanna River, wildlifeIn a changing climate, more hot days and frequent hard rains threaten wildlife
Climate change threatens Lackawanna River, wildlife
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 15 days ago
In a changing climate, more hot days and frequent hard rains threaten wildlife that depend on the watersheds like the Lackawanna River’s for survival. On Wednesday, Lackawanna County’s top environmental advocates joined representatives of state and... Read more
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The Toledo Blade
Commissioners link climate change, algaePublished: Wednesday, 8/12/2015 - Updated: 5 minutes ago LUCAS COUNTY Aim is r
Commissioners link climate change, algae
The Toledo Blade / Posted 16 days ago
Published: Wednesday, 8/12/2015 - Updated: 5 minutes ago LUCAS COUNTY Aim is reducing greenhouses gases Frank Szollosi of the National Wildlife Federation, center, with Lucas County Commissioners Carol... Read more
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The Toledo Blade
Lucas County commissioners back Clean Power PlanCLIMATE CHANGE Lucas County commissioners today threw their full support behin
Lucas County commissioners back Clean Power Plan
The Toledo Blade / Posted 16 days ago
CLIMATE CHANGE Lucas County commissioners today threw their full support behind President Obama’s Clean Power Plan, agreeing with National Wildlife Federation activist and former Toledo City Councilman... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Green groups tout benefits of power planArea economy could get boost from ecofriendly energy, they say Western Colorad
Green groups tout benefits of power plan
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 20 days ago
Area economy could get boost from ecofriendly energy, they say Western Colorado could take advantage of the Clean Power Plan to boost the regional economy, several environmental organizations said. “We need... Read more
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The Morning Call
August 8, 2015Martha Christine poses in her backyard garden. Martha is head of grassroots gro
August 8, 2015
The Morning Call / Posted 20 days ago
Martha Christine poses in her backyard garden. Martha is head of grassroots group, Bethlehem Backyards for Wildlife, which just succeeded in getting the city certified as a Community Wildlife Habitat by the National Wildlife Federation. Martha... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Two bald eagles settle in MilfordMore Information Most commonly seen: In Alaska, Alberta and British Columbia
Two bald eagles settle in Milford
Connecticut Post / Posted 20 days ago
More Information Most commonly seen: In Alaska, Alberta and British Columbia Range: Throughout North America, from Alaska to Mexico and east to Florida and Newfoundland Adult wingspan: 75-90 inches. Females slightly larger Color: Mature... Read more
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The Morning Call
Backyard wildlife group seeks city's help in promoting its effortsA group that pushed for Bethlehem to be certified as a community wildlife habit
Backyard wildlife group seeks city's help in promoting its efforts
The Morning Call / Posted 20 days ago
A group that pushed for Bethlehem to be certified as a community wildlife habitat now wants the city's help in promoting the distinction. Martha Christine, a member of Bethlehem Backyards for Wildlife, asked city council this week if it would be... Read more
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Business Wire
Red Bull Global Rallycross Returns to Port of Los AngelesLOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Red Bull Global Rallycross and Subaru of America,
Red Bull Global Rallycross Returns to Port of Los Angeles
Business Wire / Posted 21 days ago
LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Red Bull Global Rallycross and Subaru of America, Inc., in conjunction with Subaru Tecnica International, today announced that Subaru Tecnica International will be the presenting sponsor of the rallycross doubleheader... Read more
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MLive.com
Why Michigan won't shut down Mackinac straits oil pipelineSTRAITS OF MACKINAC — Shepler's Mackinac Island Ferry service boats run on oil
Why Michigan won't shut down Mackinac straits oil pipeline
MLive.com / Posted 22 days ago
STRAITS OF MACKINAC — Shepler's Mackinac Island Ferry service boats run on oil and they've done so for more than 70 years. But they won't run at all if tourism dries up because the island is engulfed in an oil spill. That risk has led Chris Shepler,... Read more
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The Mining Journal
Group starts process to sue agency over pipelineLeaders of the conservation organization said it filed the required "intent to
Group starts process to sue agency over pipeline
The Mining Journal / Posted 26 days ago
Leaders of the conservation organization said it filed the required "intent to sue" notice through certified mail, giving officials 60 days to issue regulations or face a federal lawsuit. While the pipelines that spurred the group's action are two... Read more
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ABC Montana
Missoula Residents Rally for Clean PowerDowntown Missoula will host a rally Thursday night in support of the Environmen
Missoula Residents Rally for Clean Power
ABC Montana / Posted 28 days ago
Downtown Missoula will host a rally Thursday night in support of the Environmental Protection Agency's Clean Power Plan, which is expected to be released in early August. The short march headed down to the Higgins Street Bridge, which is being... Read more
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The Advocate
Problems linger in Gulf of Mexico long after 2010 Deepwater Horizon explosionDead dolphins, a decline in sea turtle populations, lower catches of red snappe
Problems linger in Gulf of Mexico long after 2010 Deepwater Horizon explosion
The Advocate / Posted 28 days ago
Dead dolphins, a decline in sea turtle populations, lower catches of red snapper and problems with speckled trout reproduction aren’t limited to the conditions immediately after the Deepwater Horizon explosion in 2010, according to a report released... Read more
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The Advocate
Environmental groups say ongoing effects of BP oil spill not always visible to the eye, but damage is continuingMYRTLE GROVE — On a boat ride Tuesday from Myrtle Grove through Barataria Bay t
Environmental groups say ongoing effects of BP oil spill not always visible to the eye, but damage is continuing
The Advocate / Posted 28 days ago
MYRTLE GROVE — On a boat ride Tuesday from Myrtle Grove through Barataria Bay to see what remains of the Deepwater Horizon oil almost five years after the April 20, 2010, disaster, it all looks so normal. There are no absorbent booms lining the... Read more
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The Toledo Blade
Toledo curtails testing as microcystin levels riseKICKER Officials: Amounts of toxin easily treatable The large algal bloom clo
Toledo curtails testing as microcystin levels rise
The Toledo Blade / Posted 29 days ago
KICKER Officials: Amounts of toxin easily treatable The large algal bloom close to the city of Toledo water intake crib in Lake Erie is producing 1.0 parts per billion of microcystin, the latest... Read more
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The Toledo Blade
Officials visit Lake Erie, say algal bloom doesn't compare to 2014 A large contingent of elected and public officials gathered on the Lake Erie
Officials visit Lake Erie, say algal bloom doesn't compare to 2014
The Toledo Blade / Posted 29 days ago
A large contingent of elected and public officials gathered on the Lake Erie shoreline in eastern Lucas County’s Jerusalem Township this morning to discuss how last year’s Toledo... Read more
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Grand Haven Tribune
Group starts process to sue U.S. agency over pipeline plansLeaders of the conservation organization said it filed the required "intent to
Group starts process to sue U.S. agency over pipeline plans
Grand Haven Tribune / Posted 29 days ago
Leaders of the conservation organization said it filed the required "intent to sue" notice through certified mail, giving officials 60 days to issue regulations or face a federal lawsuit. While the pipelines that spurred the group's action are two... Read more
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The Escanaba Daily Press
Group starts process to sue US agency over pipeline plansDETROIT (AP) — The National Wildlife Federation accused the U.S. Transportation
Group starts process to sue US agency over pipeline plans
The Escanaba Daily Press / Posted 30 days ago
DETROIT (AP) — The National Wildlife Federation accused the U.S. Transportation Department on Tuesday of not enforcing a federal law that requires pipeline owners and operators to establish safety response plans for worst-case oil spills in lakes,... Read more
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9&10 News Cadillac
National Organization Prepares To Sue Federal Gov. To Help Protect Great LakesA national organization is preparing to sue the federal government in hopes of
National Organization Prepares To Sue Federal Gov. To Help Protect Great Lakes
9&10 News Cadillac / Posted 30 days ago
A national organization is preparing to sue the federal government in hopes of protecting the Great Lakes. The National Wildlife Federation says it filed an "intent to sue" Tuesday. They're planning to sue the U.S. Transportation Department, saying... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Group starts process to sue U.S. agency over pipeline plansDETROIT (AP) — The National Wildlife Federation accused the U.S. Transportation
Group starts process to sue U.S. agency over pipeline plans
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 30 days ago
DETROIT (AP) — The National Wildlife Federation accused the U.S. Transportation Department on Tuesday of not enforcing a federal law that requires pipeline owners and operators to establish safety response plans for worst-case oil spills in lakes,... Read more
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