Clean Water Defense

Clean Water Defense

Clean Water in Georgia

From mountain streams to the coastal sea, more than 70,000 miles of waterways flow through our state. The water from them fills our water glasses, waters our crops, supports commerce, turns turbines to…

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Permits still in play for Cherokee development

The on-again off-again Sembler Atlanta project in Cherokee County has hit another bump.

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The Oconee River Wins

(August 5, 2005) After a year of negotiation, Altamaha Riverkeeper (ARK) and S P Newsprint have reached an agreement that will reduce discharges of plastic in the Oconee River.

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Lawsuit Settlement Sends Message to Developers to Obey the Law

(Swainsboro, Georgia, January 23, 2007) How do you keep a river healthy? Answer: you have to keep the streams that feed it free-flowing and clean.

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Canton Marketplace lawsuit leads to $500,000 settlement for the protection of Etowah River, endangered species

(Canton, Georgia, June 23, 2007) Today, the Coosa River Basin Initiative (CRBI) and Sembler Atlanta, Inc. reached an agreement resolving two lawsuits that will provide for significant protection of sensitive…

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Proposed Shopping Mall Threatens Coosa River Basin

Building in inappropriate locations continues to be one of the greatest hazards to Georgia’s natural resources.

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