The Michigan Supreme Court’s new conservative majority overturned a four-month-old court decision by a 4-3 margin this week, casting doubt on the rights of state citizens to sue over environmental harm.
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Court blocks dumping into a popular fly-fishing stream, sets precedent to protect Michigan waters from pollution.
Last week, the Obama Administration announced an updated plan, which included additional research but not closing the Chicago locks.
Federal judge rejects Asian carp injunction as Congress passes a ban on their import.
After denying EPA disclosure request, Halliburton promises safer fracking fluid and more disclosure.
New guide from U.N. Global Compact’s CEO Water Mandate outlines how corporations can successfully engage in water policy and management.
Groundwater depletion doubled between 1960 and 2000.
Dr. Reuben Keller calls for long-term solutions to protect the Great Lakes, and the Mississippi and Illinois rivers.
Earlier auction that set state records prompted projections of a new natural gas boom.
Asian carp are heading home, 40,000 pounds at a time.
Peruvian asparagus and Costa Rican pineapples illustrate the threats global agribusiness poses to the environment.
The finance institution urges for more public-private partnerships.