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At that time, the court found that USDA violated the National Environmental Policy Act because it undertook only an environmental assessment of alfalfa and not a full environmental impact statement.
In that capacity, he led a group of up to 58 professionals in engineering and environmental sciences who were responsible for the complete oversight of FERC's National Environmental Policy Act mandates regarding natural gas projects.
The injunction was issued in a lawsuit currently pending due to a court ruling that the USDA had failed to follow procedural requirements of the National Environmental Policy Act in granting non-regulated status to Roundup Ready alfalfa.
That year, Congress passed the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) to ensure that environmental concerns would be considered in all federal agency decisions in any way related to resource management.
Using protective laws including the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), wildlife advocates challenged the planned construction in court.
The DEIS is a step in fulfilling the requirements of the National Environmental Policy Act for a major federal action.
The Foundation of Economic Trendsclaimed in its suit that the government was violating the National Environmental Policy Act by not assessing the biological warfare program's effect on the environment.
The new seminar caters to professionals who coordinate the environmental permitting and consultation requirements for projects subject to California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA).