NRDC's Battle Against the Navy

Mongeon, Catherine
May 2008
Ecology Law Quarterly;2008, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p277
Academic Journal
The article discusses a court case where in the Court of Appeals granted the U.S. Navy an emergency stay of the district court's enjoinment of Naval training activities that may harm marine life. The court's on Natural Resources Defense Council Inc (NRDC) to grant Navy a stay appears to be a defeat for the environment. Moreover, the Navy was required to implement mitigation measures and injunctive relief.


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