Archive > August 2010

What else, really, can we say?

Back in 2006, the South Coast Air Quality Management District tried to change its rules to create a bunch of new pollution credits in this air basin and then to distribute those credits to fossil-fueled powerplants.  Of course, I’ve talked about this a lot. Back then, the District insisted that these new powerplants were needed [...]

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Because clean air matters

Well, I blogged before about the case we filed challenging the law sponsored by the South Coast Air Quality Management and a second law supported by the District that threw out the ruling we obtained from the Superior Court that found that the District had violated the environmental law when it adopted some rules that [...]

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Just looking for a little action

Today, Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) and the Coalition for a Safe Environment (CFASE) jointly filed a lawsuit in federal court to address the fact that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has failed to act on two critically important items that have been sitting in someone’s in-box since November 2007.  (I’m representing CFASE in the [...]

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