Investigation Reveals Huge Gaps in Clean Water Act Enforcement

Current Legal Uncertainties Are Crushing Clean Water Act Enforcement:

Memo from House Government Oversight Committee, House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee

"It is time for Congress to stop the bleeding and restore full protections to our Nation's waters."


Obama Hits Another Home Run

Dear Mr. Prez-Elect. Thanks! My pals in marine fish conservation are carousing like spring-break college kids. They tell me you could not have made a better choice. Best,

Enviros Sue EPA rules to cut power plant air pollution

Washington, DC -- A coalition of public health and
environmental groups filed a lawsuit in federal court here,
seeking a firm and enforceable new deadline for U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency to require deep reductions in
mercury and other toxic air pollutants emitted from coal- and

Transition talk: Ken you dig it?

The Center for Biological Diversity takes the machine-gun approach in its “environmental” lawsuits, lining up the usual suspects and opening fire. I’m not surprised that it doesn’t like Salazar who has been aptly described by the League of Conservation Voters as “an environmental

Wild-hatched chicks add to growing flock of California Condors

BOISE, Idaho – Two California Condor chicks fledged from their nests in the Grand Canyon in December, bringing the world’s population of endangered California Condors now flying free in the wild to 169. This is the first year that there are more condors flying free than are in captivity