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Post-HidroAysén, Chile’s Rivers Remain at Risk

Thousands of people in Chile and around the world celebrated when Chile’s government

Federal Judge Demands Real Action to Save Columbia Basin Salmon, a Win for Orcas

In a monumental win, an Oregon Federal Judge ruled this week that the Columbia and Snake River hydroelectric dams, powerhouses, and associated reservoirs illegally jeopardize the survival of 13 salmon species.

Quebec Government Paves Way for New Logging near Broadback River Valley

The approval of two new roads in Northern Quebec brings the logging industry further into one of the province’s few remaining in

The Lasting Legacy of the Keystone XL Debate Half a Year Later: Climate Change

This blog was co-authored by Liz Barratt-Brown, Senior Advisor, NRDC.

NRDC Lawsuit Settled with Agreement on Water Conservation

In a victory for water conservation in California, the Board of the Yolo County Flood Control & Water Conservation District (Yolo) has approved a proposal to eliminate flat-rate water service from its rate structure and ensure that its last remaining flat-rate customers receive water through

Poachers Don’t Just Kill Animals

Protecting endangered wildlife shouldn’t have to mean putting human lives in danger.