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A Florida magistrate judge on Friday ordered environmental groups suing Florida Power & Light Co. over water pollution from its Turkey Point nuclear plant near Miami to provide the utility with specifics about what they demand the utility do to remediate the problem.
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency head Scott Pruitt recently filled the organization's last open regional administrator position, once again picking an individual who environmentalists say is too cozy with the companies he is tasked with regulating.
The Ninth Circuit on Friday revived an environmental group's Freedom of Information Act suit seeking information from the Bonneville Power Administration, reversing a lower court's conclusion that the group lacked standing because it didn't clearly identify itself as the one filing the original FOIA request.
First Quantum Minerals Ltd. has backed away from a plan to invest in a controversial proposed gold and copper open-pit mine in Alaska's Bristol Bay, the parent company of the project's developer announced on Friday.
The Eighth Circuit on Friday upheld a lower court's ruling that Liberty Mutual doesn't have to cover $13.5 million in expenses that a pipe maker says it incurred shifting production overseas after a 2012 fire at its plant in Little Rock, Arkansas, rejecting the manufacturer's contention that the costs were necessary to avert covered business income losses.