Connect with Crag
Sign up for Crag’s Newsletter!
Where are they Now? Sean Malone
In this installment of “Where are they Now?,” we spoke with Crag alumnus and friend…
Where Are They Now? Perrin de Jong
In this installment of “Where Are They Now,” we feature former Crag intern Perrin de…
Where are they Now? Naomi Rowden
In this installment of “Where are they Now?” we talked with Naomi Rowden, who worked…
- Where are they Now? Sean Malone
The Way We Work: Francis Eatherington and a Vital Victory for Oregon Forests
For this installment of The Way We Work, we’re focusing on the recent victory that…
The Way We Work: An Interview with Bark’s Alex Brown
For this installment of The Way We Work we reached out to Alex Brown, Executive…
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,…
- The Way We Work: Francis Eatherington and a Vital Victory for Oregon Forests
Posted on January 4, 2011 | No CommentsLate last week, the Environmental Appeals Board (EAB or Board) in Washington, DC rejected two air permits issued by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to Shell Oil for proposed offshore drilling projects in the Arctic. The Crag Law Center represented local Inupiat organizations in...
Posted on November 20, 2008 | No CommentsToday, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals struck down an exploration plan proposed by Royal Dutch Shell in the Beaufort Sea because of potential impacts to Inupiat Eskimos and their subsistence traditions. Here is the opinion. More background on Crag’s Environmental Justice work with Inupiat...