Why a Supreme Court case over a single frog could jeopardize wildlife for years to come October 2, 2018 | Mark Rupp, EDF's Wildlife Campaign Director. | Environmental Defense Fund Highlights The first case of the Supreme Court’s new term could set a dangerous precedent for how we protect habitat that species may depend on in … Continue reading Weyerhaeuser v. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Supreme Court Case.
This Letter from Weyerhaeuser was made available by the Planning Commission at its Public Hearing on September 27. The company's request has implications for the proposed project, including the number of turbines, their size and setback requirements. The devil is in the details, which aren't revealed. For example, what does "more energetic turbines" The Planning Commission … Continue reading Letter from Weyerhaeuser made available by the Planning Commission.
NextEra Energy, is putting up new wind turbines without the needed federal approval, in violation of a recently approved state law. Aug 30, 2018 |ALEX CAMERON | News9.com | Oklahoma City, OK HINTON, Oklahoma - The actions of a Florida-based energy company are proving to be a test case for a new law intended to protect … Continue reading Florida Based Energy Company Violates New Law
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Friends of the Huron Mountains files injunction to stop building permits in Baraga County Aug 16, 2018 | Andrew LaCombe | uppermichiganssource.com L'ANSE TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WLUC) - In Baraga County, the battle over a proposed wind turbine development in L'Anse Township is going to court. On Thursday, the Friends of the Huron Mountains asked a Baraga … Continue reading Friends of the Huron Mountains files injunction to stop building permits in Baraga County