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NM Supreme Court to Hear Challenge in GHG Case

NM Supreme Court will hear oral arguments on June 7th regarding our client, New Energy Economy’s, petition regarding reversing a district judge’s decision that stopped the greenhouse gas emissions rulemaking.

Learn more about the New Mexico Greenhouse Gas Emission Caps case.

05/24/2010 • Back to top


PRESS RELEASE: 10th Circuit Court Refuses to Review NRC Decision

SANTA FE, N.M. –  In a four sentence order yesterday, the US 10th Circuit Court of Appeals refused to review a panel decision in community members’ appeal of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s (NRC) decision to grant Hydro Resources, Inc. a license to mine uranium in Crownpoint and Church Rock.

Eastern Navajo Dine against Uranium Mining (ENDAUM), Southwest Research and Information Center (SRIC), and the NMELC, have been fighting the NRC and Hydro Resources, for the past fifteen years, demanding that they keep out of Navajo communities in New Mexico.

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05/19/2010 • Back to top


Supreme Court Orders Response in Greenhouse Gas Caps Case

New Mexico Supreme Court has ordered Judge Shoobridge and Plaintiffs to file a response in the greenhouse gas caps case.

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05/19/2010 • Back to top


Group Takes Emissions Battle to NM Supreme Court

“The New Mexico Environmental Law Center has filed a petition with the court, asking it to order a state judge in Lovington to reverse an earlier decision [on proposed greenhouse gas cap regulations].” Forbes

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05/19/2010 • Back to top


PRESS RELEASE: Groups Challenge Big Industry’s “Home Court” Decision in Supreme Court

SANTA FE, N.M.— The New Mexico Environmental Law Center filed a Petition with the New Mexico Supreme Court on Friday, asking the Court to order a Lea County judge to reverse his decision in a greenhouse gas case.  In April, Judge William G. W. Shoobridge of Lovington, NM, stopped a greenhouse gas emissions rulemaking by the Environmental Improvement Board (EIB).  If allowed to stand, Judge Shoobridge’s rulings would not only end our climate change case, but would cripple administrative agencies in their ability to carry out their appointed responsibilities.

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05/17/2010 • Back to top


Proposed Mt. Taylor Uranium Mine Faces New Obstacle

“Since General Atomics acquired the Cotter Corporation in 2000, the company has had over a hundred violations of federal and state environmental laws,” Jantz told The Independent. “This demonstrates a pattern of willful disregard for environmental law, which is a real concern for the community.” The New Mexico Independent

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05/10/2010 • Back to top


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