STOP GEOENGINEERING MINNESOTA V. U.S. AIR FORCE – Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) litigation for release of Air Force records pertaining to weather modification, weather intervention, geoengineering, climate engineering, and solar radiation management. (District of Columbia federal district court.)
ECOLOGICAL RIGHTS FOUNDATION – 3D PRINTER LITIGATION CAMPAIGN – Proposition 65 settlements reached with Office Depot, Bestbuy.com, Staples, Walmart, and numerous manufacturers and distributors. Litigation to ensure Proposition 65 compliance for styrene filaments and 3D printing devices that use such filaments. Based on its research, product testing and consultations with toxicologists, EcoRights determined that Defendant’s products are causing significant exposures to styrene, a carcinogen at levels requiring a Proposition 65 warning. (San Francisco Superior Court.)
PACIFICA GENERAL PLAN UPDATE AND EIR – March 2022 comments under CEQA and General Plan law.
COALITION OF PACIFICANS & KRISTIN CRAMER V. CITY OF PACIFICA – Litigation to require EIR to consider significant biological, hydrology, health risk, geomorphology and aesthetic impacts, and challenging project reliance on out-of-date, deficient General Plan. (San Mateo Superior Court.)
MARCOPULOS V. DALY CITY & SPRINT COMMUNICATIONS – Litigation challenging cell tower permit to add new antennas and equipment under improper CEQA Categorical Exemption. (San Mateo Superior Court.)
RESIST DENSITY V. COUNTY OF SAN MATEO – Litigation for release of public records related to the Moonridge Housing projects in Half Moon Bay. (San Mateo Superior Court.)
MIDCOAST ECO v. CALIFORNIA COASTAL COMMISSION & SAN MATEO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS – Litigation challenging Coastal Commission’s failure to (1) analyze reasonably foreseeable impacts of an LCP Amendment, (2) evaluate LCP Amendment cumulative impacts, (3) failure to compare the LCP Amendment impacts to the existing baseline. (San Francisco Superior Court.)
INSTITUTE FOR POLICY STUDIES V. U.S. CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) litigation for release of over 20,000 pages of records from CIA, State Department, DEA, Department of Defense and the Defense Intelligence Agency regarding paramilitary efforts to kill Pablo Escobar. (District of Columbia federal district court.)