The federal Appeals Court for the D.C. Circuit has reinstated a lawsuit by former National Park Police Chief Teresa Chambers, who was fired in 2004.
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"Crown copyright" may be emerging in British Columbia as a way for a government claiming openness to subvert freedom-of-information law.Region:
Federal regulators may require corporations to assess and reveal how the effects of climate change may impact their financial health.
Showing of the film, depicting purported harm and claims of sterility by Nicaraguan plantation workers, went ahead at the Los Angeles Film Festival, even though an April 2009 Superior Court ruled that those claims were fraudulent.Region:
Jackson ordered staff to make existing information more accessible and understandable to the public, including posting on the Web state performance reports under the Clean Water Act.
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Roger Archibald profiles two photographers from different backgrounds who've taken remarkably different approaches to document evidence of global climate change: The retreat of the earth's great glaciers.SEJ Publication Types:Region: