Greens win big on Obama ozone standards
Environmentalists scored a major win today as a federal appeals court rejected industry challenges to Obama-era ozone standards and ordered EPA to take a closer look at one part of the requirements that green groups deemed too lenient.
D.C. Circuit largely upholds Obama ozone standards
Obama-era ozone standards that sparked years of litigation will largely remain in place after federal judges today rejected a variety of legal challenges.
Court considers suspending revisions to conservation plans
Environmental lawyers appeared in court today to urge a federal judge to block recent changes to Obama-era conservation plans for the greater sage grouse.
Maui advocates push county to drop Clean Water Act case
Maui County residents and advocates are putting renewed pressure on local officials to withdraw a Supreme Court appeal that could have sweeping impacts on the scope of the Clean Water Act.
Smelter site owner: Case could derail Superfund law
The operator of one of the nation's oldest Superfund sites is urging the Supreme Court to reverse a state-level ruling that could create "chaos" for environmental cleanups.