The environmental lawyer battles big industries and government agencies in the courtroom on behalf of the nonprofit Advocates for the West.
by Steve Bunk,
Nov 02, 2011
The 9th Circuit Court tosses its "federal defendant" rule, giving interested parties a clearer path for intervening in environmental lawsuits.
by Cally Carswell,
Feb 10, 2011
Law professor Mary C. Wood wants to use “atmospheric
trust litigation” to tackle global warming in the
by Carla A. Wise,
May 12, 2008
Western environmentalists get good news about Yucca Mountain, but face challenges from state legislatures. Also: Americans finally reduce their driving miles.
by Ray Ring ,
Mar 17, 2009
A pro-wolf ruling by Montana Judge Don Molloy provokes accusations that he's a "nutzoid" greenie, but he doesn't always side with environmentalists.
by Ray Ring,
Aug 24, 2010
A lawsuit raises questions about how far environmentalists should go to keep wilderness 'untrammeled.'
by Nathan Rice,
Jan 24, 2012
Uncompromising environmental groups like the Center for Biological Diversity do more harm than good with their lawsuits, according to some critics.
by Ted Williams,
May 31, 2011
Has some environmentalists' refusal to compromise helped cause the delisting of wolves in Montana and Idaho?
by Ray Ring,
May 29, 2011
A strategic miscalculation by environmental groups helped spur the delisting of gray wolves in Montana and Idaho.
by Hal Herring,
Jun 06, 2011
Even when environmentalists win in the courtroom, Congress
can overturn the court’s interpretation of an existing law by
passing a new one
by Laura Paskus,
Feb 16, 2004