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     Wolves Protected... For Now

    In a victory for the gray wolves of the northern Rockies, a federal judge has ruled in favor of Earthjustice's request to stop the wolf slaughter while our case challenging the removal of endangered species protections is heard. Learn more about our work to protect the wolves... Read the judge's order...

     Roan Plateau: Ripe for Destruction?

    Colorado's remarkable Roan Plateau is about to become riddled with service roads and drilling rigs, if proposed leases go through. Learn more about the threat to the Roan Plateau...

     07/31/08
    Earthjustice Will Sue EPA to Reduce Global Warming Pollution from Ships and Aircraft
    A concerted effort to force EPA's hand in regulating major pollution sources


     07/31/08
    EPA Approves Desert Rock Coal-Fired Power Plant Air Permit
    Coal plant will bring more air pollution, land and water contamination to Four Corners region


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      Restoring the River of Grass
    The state of Florida and one of the largest sugar producers negotiate a massive land deal which will help restore the Everglades - thanks to this key legal victory

      Showdown on the Great Plains
    A proposed coal-fired power plant in Montana would generate tons of pollution and greenhouse gases, while selling the energy created to out-of-state consumers

      Rare Seabird Habitat Safe - For Now
    Two separate court decisions protect the marbled murrelet, but the timber industry still has the bird in its crosshairs

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