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DCS Files NEPA Lawsuit Emphasizing Need for Health Impact Assessment

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – August 10, 2011

Advocacy group seeks a full environmental impact review for Delaware River Basin Commission prior to adopting any gas development regulations

Seeking to protect the Delaware River Basin and the health of the millions of people who live, work and play in the Basin, … Continue reading

Delaware RiverKeeper, et al File Lawsuit

Delaware Riverkeeper Press Release

Groups File Suit Against Army Corps and Delaware River Basin Commission Over Gas Drilling Regulations; Lawsuit charges that an analysis must be completed and environmental impacts understood before drilling moves forward in the Delaware River Basin.

BROOKLYN, N.Y. — A coalition of concerned nonprofit organizations today … Continue reading

New York Attorney General Files Suit Against Federal Agencies

United States District Court, Eastern District of New York

Defendants

United States Army Corps of Engineers,

United States Fish and Wildlife Service,

United States National Park Service, United States Department of Interior,

United States Environmental Protection Agency

Plaintiff

State of New York by Eric T. Schneiderman, Attorney General

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Groups File Federal Lawsuit Against Delaware River Basin Commission

Federal Lawsuit Filed by Partnership of Organizations …

Groups File Federal Gas Drilling Lawsuit against DRBC; Delaware River Basin Commission Served Notice; Federal Circut Judge Assigned to Case – [Court Date To Be Announced]:  Honorable Anne E. Thompson.

United States District Court for the District of New Jersey Trenton, New Continue reading

PA Lawsuit Says Drilling Polluted Water

Pennsylvania lawsuit says drilling polluted water
By Jon Hurdle, on Nov 9, 2009 9:37am EST

(Reuters) – A Pennsylvania landowner is suing an energy company for polluting his soil and water in an attempt to link a natural gas drilling technique with environmental contamination.

George Zimmermann, the owner of 480 … Continue reading