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EPA DELAY ON ELECTRONIC REPORTS UNDERCUTS ECO-ENFORCEMENT

Decade-Long Effort Derailed by Bush Appointee This Week without Explanation

Washington, DC — As states move to electronic reporting, the ability to introduce e-documents in court as evidence of environmental violations is in doubt, according to Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility

To Fully Protect Nation's Waters, Congress Must Act

Supreme Court Refuses to Clarify Ruling in Rapanos, Puts Ball in Congress’ Court
“The new Congress must make it a top priority to restore full protections to our waters.”

BIRMINGHAM, AL (December 2) – The Supreme Court’s refusal to hear a case that could have

Update on recent Florida freshwater turtle conservation efforts

The commercial harvest of freshwater turtles is a significant and growing conservation threat in Florida. Turtles are slow-growing, long-lived animals that take years to reach sexual maturity. It is our opinion that harvest of freshwater turtles is unsustainable, particularly when you take into consideration