Tag Archives: Navajo Generating Station
Here is the opinion in Yazzie v. EPA. Here is the opinion in Hopi Tribe v. EPA. The Yazzie opinion is the lead opinion and has more details. Materials in the Yazzie appeal are here. Materials in the Hopi appeal … Continue reading →
Here: Federal Brief Gila River Indian Community Brief Hopi Tribe Brief National Parks Conservation Assn Brief Navajo Nation Brief Salt River Project Brief Tribal Conservation Organizations Brief Tribal Conservation Organizations Reply Brief Yazzie Brief Yazzie Reply Petition here.
Here: Environmental Groups Opening Brief To’ Nizhoni Ani Opening Brief Yazzie Opening Brief Gila River Brief Navajo Brief A second appeal involving the Hopi Tribe’s challenge has been severed from this consolidated appeal: CA9 Order
Here is the petition in National Parks Conservation v. EPA (CA9): Envtl Groups Petition Hopi’s petition is here.
Here are the materials in Diné CARE v. EPA (N.D. Cal.): 40 Diné CARE Motion for Summary J 41 EPA Cross Motion 44 Salt River Project Cross Motion 55 DCT Order Dismissing Complaint An excerpt: Now before the Court are … Continue reading →
Hopi Tribe Objection to Interior’s Intention to Enforce Stricter Air Quality Standards at Navajo without Hopi’s Input
Here: Hopi Letter to Secretary of the Interior An excerpt: On September 4, 2013, the Hopi Tribe (“Tribe”) wrote to you expressing its serious concerns regarding the Department oflnterior’s (“DOl”) decision to join with the Salt River Project (“SRP”) and … Continue reading →
Here are the materials in Salt River Project Agricultural Improvement & Power District v. Lee (D. Ariz.): DCT Order Granting Salt River Project Motion Salt River Project Motion for Summary J Navajo Cross-Motion Salt River Project Reply Navajo Reply This … Continue reading →
Diné CARE National Parks Conservation Association v. EPA Complaint: Clean Air Act Suit regarding Navajo Coal
Here is the complaint, filed in D.C.: Diné CARE Complaint An excerpt: 1. The federal Clean Air Act requires the Administrator of the United States Environmental Protection Agency (“Administrator” or “EPA”) to promulgate modern pollution control limits at the massive … Continue reading →