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The Way We Work: Noah Greenwald and the Center for Biological Diversity
In this month’s installment of the Way We Work series we talked with Noah Greenwald, Endangered Species Director for the Center For Biological Diversity. The Center works across the country to protect wild lands, waters, and endangered species. Together, Crag and the Center have worked…
The Way We Work: Sally Newell, Friends of the White Salmon River
For the second installment of “The Way We Work”, we interviewed the Vice Chair of the Friends of the White Salmon River, one of Crag’s clients that has been continuously battling new legislation that would have changed residential zoning laws along the shores of the…
The Way We Work: Julia DeGraw, Food & Water Watch
Crag’s blog series, “The Way We Work,” showcases the many facets of our work through the voices of our clients. The series provides a glimpse of the variety of ways Crag supports individuals and organizations across the Northwest working to protect and sustain healthy communities…
- The Way We Work: Noah Greenwald and the Center for Biological Diversity
Posted on May 17, 2011 | No CommentsLast week Crag filed groundbreaking climate litigation on behalf of Oregon youth and their families against the State of Oregon and Governor Kitzhaber. The lawsuit filed in Oregon was part of a hatch of litigation filed around the country and the world. The hatch received...
Posted on May 5, 2011 | 7 CommentsFed up by the failure of international, national, and state governments to take appropriate action to combat the climate crisis, Oregon children and their families launched a lawsuit on May 4th against Governor Kitzhaber and the State of Oregon. The kids and parents are represented...