Volume 14, Issue 2 (Summer 2018)
Waterkeeper Magazine puts readers on the front lines of the global environmental crisis, where more than 300 Waterkeeper Organizations and Affiliates on six continents are fighting for our rivers, lakes, coastal waters — and the planet. These are the stories you won’t find anywhere else covered in such depth and uncompromising force.FILA mid FILA White Pine Pine White mid Pine FILA mid PwPqAC4n
Waterkeepers challenge industry and Oklahoma AG’s attempts to strip protections from critically important waterways Waterkeeper Alliance, Grand Riverkeeper, and Tar Creekkeeper are requesting to intervene in two Oklahoma federal district court lawsuits—one filed by Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter and one filed by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and other business groups—that seek to strip ...
Nearly a decade ago, Waterkeeper Alliance and our partners won an important legal victory that helps keep pesticides from poisoning our waterways. This ruling meant that Clean Water Act permits are legally required before pesticides are sprayed over and into waterways. Pesticides are poisons designed to kill living organisms, and many pose serious health risks, ...
Toxic pollutants leaking from coal ash at Brunner Island Power Plant are infiltrating the river, a source of drinking water and popular place for fishing and boating Four environmental groups today notified the owners of a coal-fired power plant on the Susquehanna River of their intent to file a lawsuit to stop toxic pollutants that ...
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