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Bay Weekly
Yellow Perch Are the Severn River’s Vital Signa lot of pro-bono environmental work as well as representing paying clients. In
Yellow Perch Are the Severn River’s Vital Sign
Bay Weekly / Posted yesterday
a lot of pro-bono environmental work as well as representing paying clients. In June of 2002, Bobby Kennedy’s crew at the Waterkeeper Alliance and the sorry state of the Severn convinced me to start the Severn Riverkeeper ­Program. As the Severn... Read more
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KHQ Spokane
Coal & Oil Trainsis calling rail bridges in the Inland Northwest and across the nation deadly cr
Coal & Oil Trains
KHQ Spokane / Posted 4 days ago
is calling rail bridges in the Inland Northwest and across the nation deadly crossing. In a report released Tuesday, the Waterkeeper Alliance calls into question the safety of bridges that oil trains use. Their advocates found signs of neglect in... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Environmental groups documenting conditions of aging bridges in North Jerseybridges is mostly unknown. The recent effort by environmentalists is similar t
Environmental groups documenting conditions of aging bridges in North Jersey
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 5 days ago
bridges is mostly unknown. The recent effort by environmentalists is similar to surveys performed last summer by the Waterkeeper Alliance, which concluded that 114 rail bridges in 15 states showed "significant decay." Concerns about the rail... Read more
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CommonDreams.org
Historic Petition Calls on Obama Administration to Immediately Halt All New Fossil Fuel Leases on Federal Landsour shared natural resources and putting communities around the world at risk,”
Historic Petition Calls on Obama Administration to Immediately Halt All New Fossil Fuel Leases on Federal Lands
CommonDreams.org / Posted 18 days ago
our shared natural resources and putting communities around the world at risk,” said Marc Yaggi, executive director of Waterkeeper Alliance. “We must end federal fossil fuel leasing now to ensure our resiliency against climate change.” “This... Read more
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SkyHi Daily News
Gross Reservoir expansion gets one step closer to approvaland “learning by doing.” “Learning by doing means you don’t know what you’re d
Gross Reservoir expansion gets one step closer to approval
SkyHi Daily News / Posted 23 days ago
and “learning by doing.” “Learning by doing means you don’t know what you’re doing,” said Gary Wockner, International Waterkeeper Alliance board member and director of Save the Colorado, an organization opposing the Moffat project. Wockner... Read more
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WSFA 12 Montgomery
ADEM investigating sewage spill in Black Warrior River, Northport creekseat the fish that were caught in this area until we’ve got the data that tells
ADEM investigating sewage spill in Black Warrior River, Northport creeks
WSFA 12 Montgomery / Posted 24 days ago
eat the fish that were caught in this area until we’ve got the data that tells us it is safe,” said John Wathen with the Waterkeeper Alliance. Wathen said the worst case scenario is that the bacteria levels, including E. Coli, are high enough to... Read more
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CBS News
North Carolina hog farms accused of putrid pollutionQuality - or DEQ. In annual inspections, the agency monitors where and how ofte
North Carolina hog farms accused of putrid pollution
CBS News / Posted 26 days ago
Quality - or DEQ. In annual inspections, the agency monitors where and how often farms spray. Environmental advocacy group Waterkeeper Alliance filed a complaint against DEQ alleging "environmental racism" by allowing farms to locate... Read more
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The News & Observer
Outside spending controlling TV ads in governor racePartnership, $1.6 million (Notable donors: Southern Environmental Law Center, N
Outside spending controlling TV ads in governor race
The News & Observer / Posted 26 days ago
Partnership, $1.6 million (Notable donors: Southern Environmental Law Center, Natural Resources Defense Council, Waterkeeper Alliance, Haw River Assembly, Waterkeepers Carolina, Yadkin Riverkeeper, Sound Rivers, Environment North... Read more
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WSFA 12 Montgomery
Black Warrior Riverkeepers urge public not to swim downstream of Northport, Tuscaloosa following wastewater overflowwould not eat the fish that were caught in this area until we’ve got the data t
Black Warrior Riverkeepers urge public not to swim downstream of Northport, Tuscaloosa following wastewater overflow
WSFA 12 Montgomery / Posted 26 days ago
would not eat the fish that were caught in this area until we’ve got the data that tells us it is safe,” said John Wathen, Waterkeeper Alliance. Wathen said the worst case scenario is that the bacteria levels, including E. Coli, are high enough to... Read more
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WTVM 9 Columbus
Black Warrior Riverkeepers urge public not to swim downstream of Northport, Tuscaloosa following wastewater overflowwould not eat the fish that were caught in this area until we’ve got the data t
Black Warrior Riverkeepers urge public not to swim downstream of Northport, Tuscaloosa following wastewater overflow
WTVM 9 Columbus / Posted 26 days ago
would not eat the fish that were caught in this area until we’ve got the data that tells us it is safe,” said John Wathen, Waterkeeper Alliance. Wathen said the worst case scenario is that the bacteria levels, including E. Coli, are high enough to... Read more
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Naples Daily News
Toxic algae discovered across Florida’s East Coast not a problem in SWFLof Gordon Pass. "That stuff just ran for miles," said offshore fisherman Bill
Toxic algae discovered across Florida’s East Coast not a problem in SWFL
Naples Daily News / Posted 29 days ago
of Gordon Pass. "That stuff just ran for miles," said offshore fisherman Bill D'Antuono, also a clean water advocate for Waterkeeper Alliance, who said the algae smelled like "toxic, raw nastiness." "Nobody I know had ever seen anything like it... Read more
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The Hendersonville Times-News
Jernigan takes the reins at MountainTruestarted working for MountainTrue on May 16 and previously worked as staff attor
Jernigan takes the reins at MountainTrue
The Hendersonville Times-News / Posted 29 days ago
started working for MountainTrue on May 16 and previously worked as staff attorney & communications coordinator with Waterkeeper Alliance in Raleigh, and before that, in private practice with a small law firm in Bertie County and in land... Read more

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