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Montana Environmental Information Center v. Montana Department of Environmental Quality

In Montana Environmental, Bull Mountain Development Company proposed to build a coal-fired power plant near a Class I area, which included parks, wilderness areas, and an Indian reservation. Id. at 512. The Montana Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) and the federal land manager (FLM), which is directly responsible for managing a Class I area, determined that the proposed coal-fired plant would adversely impact the visibility of a Class I area.

In the Matter of the Further Investigation into Environmental and Socioeconomic Costs (MN)

In the Matter of the Further Investigation into Environmental and Socioeconomic Costs Under Minnesota Statutes Section 216B.2422, Subdivision 3, OAH 80-2500-31888, MPUC E-999/CI-14-643, Minn. Office of Admin. Hearings.

 

[Note: This decision is only a recommendation that the MPUC is not obligated to follow.]

 

Jam v. International Finance Corporation, No.15-612 (D.D.C. 2016) (U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia) (International Finance Corp. immune from suit)

Jam v. International Finance Corporation, No. 15-612 (D.D.C. 2016) 
A U.S. District Court dismissed a case filed against the International Finance Corporation (IFC) concerning the IFC's financing of the Tata Mundra iltra-mega coal-fired power plant in India on the ground that the IFC is immune from suit.  

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