CLIMATE NEWS

Nestlé Opponents Celebrate Long-Awaited Victory

Nestlé Opponents Celebrate Long-Awaited Victory

Last Friday, Oregon Governor Kate Brown put Oregonians’ concerns about a Nestlé water grab in Cascade Locks to rest. Citing significant additional costs to the state, Brown sent a letter to the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife asking agency Director Curt Melcher...

Intergenerational Justice and the Role of the Courts

Intergenerational Justice and the Role of the Courts

Crag Law Center is representing the League of Women Voters of the United States and League of Women Voters of Oregon as friends of the court in the federal youth climate case Juliana v. United States. On behalf of the Leagues, this Tuesday Crag filed an amicus curiae...

COMMUNITIES NEWS

Temporary Rule on Air Toxics Falls Short

Temporary Rule on Air Toxics Falls Short

In response to the recent crisis over air toxics in Southeast Portland, the Environmental Quality Commission (EQC) issued a temporary rule that applies to colored art glass manufacturers, including the Bullseye and Uroboros companies. A Forest Service moss study and...

THE WILD NEWS

Keeping Mt. Hood Wild & Free

Keeping Mt. Hood Wild & Free

Since the 1970s, Mt. Hood Meadows has sought to build a destination resort on the North side of Mt. Hood near Cooper Spur. Local citizens, conservation groups, recreation clubs and communities around Mt. Hood have repeatedly opposed these efforts. After decades of...

Climate, Forests and the Eagle Creek Fire

Climate, Forests and the Eagle Creek Fire

Crag Law Center has worked since our founding to protect the old-growth forests of the Pacific Northwest. Our forests provide clean drink water, homes for wildlife, inspirational recreational opportunities and carbon storage critical to a stable climate. Forests and...

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