Press Releases

Press Releases

GreenLaw welcomes three new attorneys to its Board of Directors

GreenLaw is pleased to announce three new members to the Board of Directors. All three are attorneys with a variety of professional practice areas but they share a commitment to protecting Georgia’s environment.

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Flint Riverkeeper Raises Odor and Illegal Discharge Concerns about Tencate Textile Facility

The Flint Riverkeeper filed comments August 8, 2014 with the Georgia Environmental Protection Division (“EPD”), objecting to the propsosed content of a draft renewal permit for the TenCate/Southern Mills…

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Galloway & Lyndall awarded prestigious Ogden Doremus Award for Excellence in Environmental Law by GreenLaw

Law Partners, Newton Galloway and Terry Lyndall, with Galloway & Lyndall, LLC, will be receiving the Ogden Doremus Award for Excellence in Environmental Law on Tuesday, October 7, 2014 at GreenLaw’s annual…

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Lifetime Achievement Award to be given to Tally Sweat by GreenLaw

GreenLaw is awarding Tally Sweat its Lifetime Achievement award at its annual Environmental Heroes event on Tuesday, October 7, 2014.

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April Ingle is GreenLaw’s Environmental Hero for 2014

GreenLaw is awarding April Ingle of the Georgia River Network (GRN) as its Environmental Hero for 2014.

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Air, Earth and Water all honored at 2014 Environmental Heroes hosted by GreenLaw

GreenLaw is hosting its annual Environmental Heroes award celebration on Tuesday, October 7, 2014.

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Mayor Jackson of Lithonia adds support of EPA’s Clean Power Plan

A coalition of environmental groups are calling on the citizens of Atlanta to support the Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed Clean Power Plan that imposes the first-ever limits on carbon pollution…

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Sabal Trail Natural Gas Pipeline Threatens Air Quality in Southwest Georgia

Last week, additional concerns were raised about a proposed natural gas pipeline that threatens to cut across large swaths of Southwest Georgia, including longleaf pine tracts. GreenLaw, on behalf of a…

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