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Kierán Suckling Jul 6
BREAKING: The Supreme Court just refused Trump's request to restart Keystone XL pipepline construction. It and dozens of other oil pipelines nationwide were shut down in suit by
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SYRCL Jul 7
Over a dozen dams are due for new licenses in the Yuba and Bear River watersheds – but without proper protections, these dams threaten our rivers. Tell FERC we need the to protect our rivers from the reckless operation of federal dams!
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Debra Ann Kasimakis Jul 7
Restore on everything screwed up for & all others PASS THE - Give me a minute, I'll think of a few others
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Kierán Suckling Jul 6
Replying to @KieranSuckling
More details here on the original KXL ruling striking down "National Permit #12" which was illegally used to allow oil and gas companies to put hundreds of streams and rivers at risk of oil spills from pipelines.
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Amna Warner🧢 15h
Replying to @CapMamii @RepSires
. responded to my concerns about the water ways of Hudson County, NJ. He voted for the .
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California Trout 11h
Decades of environmental protections are threatened to be undone by Trump Administration Executive Order to roll back regulations to the . CalTrout remains committed to protecting our waterways for now and future generations.
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LCV – League of Conservation Voters Jul 5
This is environmental racism: Communities of color are more likely to have drinking water systems in violation of the . SEE MORE FROM :
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NJHighlandsCoalition Jul 6
At issue is the definition of Waters Of The U.S. or "", which are protected under the . The new definition of WOTUS severely weakens the Act’s intention rendering areas of major watersheds vulnerable to pollution:
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UF Howard T. Odum Center for Wetlands Jul 1
Dr. Kaplan & colleagues' amicus curiae brief on pollutant transport swayed in a case w/Justice Breyer remarking from the bench "The scientists really convinced me they’re geniuses and they can trace all kinds of things."
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State Impact Center Jul 1
Replying to @StateImpactCntr
On — The statute "contains only narrow exceptions to its core requirements," such as "emergency reconstruction of recently damaged parts" of critical infrastructure. The bottom line: The 's emergency provisions apply to "corrective action" — not new projects.
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Jeff McInnis 5h
A new report titled, “Evaluating Stormwater Infrastructure Funding & Financing,” explores the U.S. funding gap. Check out the article via for details regarding the funding needs for the U.S. stormwater sector.
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Kierán Suckling Jul 6
You're welcome. Thank the too.
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Dara Park, Ph.D. Jul 3
Do you know if the surface on your farm is part of the Waters of the United States and protected by the ? The WOTUS definition was just updated. Read the new article to learn more.
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EnviroScience, Inc. Jul 8
On April 23, 2020, the Supreme Court’s opinion was released that the Clean Water Act does regulate the release of to sources that ultimately discharge to navigable waters. Read more:
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⏩The_Conscious_Hustler⏪ Jul 2
Tell Congress: Don't let weaken the Clean Water Act!
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State Impact Center Jul 1
Replying to @StateImpactCntr
The EO directs federal agencies to improperly invoke emergency provisions under , the and the — provisions that are intended for acute emergencies that pose an immediate risk to life and critical infrastructure.
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State Water Boards Jul 2
How do you strengthen protection of waters of the state no longer protected under the ? By standardizing the definition of . How the @StateWaterBoards is doing so:
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Fromgirltogirl © Jul 3
Fact:Clean water justice matters. We need an upgraded water infrastructure. 💦💦💦💦💦💦💦💦💦💦💦
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Shute, Mihaly, and Weinberger LLP Jul 3
18 states and two major cities have requested a preliminary injunction on the EPA’s attempts to remove protections for minor water bodies through the :
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Clare Loughlin Jul 3
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