Tag: Supreme Court

Scotus ruling on Texas water case may resonate at OKE

By David Pendered MARCH 24 –As the federal government lays claim to the waters and aquifer of the Okefenokee Swamp, the Supreme Court is deciding a case involving the waters and aquifer of the Rio Grande River Basin, in Texas. The point of considering the two situations together is the rise in the nationalization of discussion […]

UN to adopt first treaty to protect biodiversity in high seas

By David Pendered June 4 – The United Nations remains on track to formally adopt this month an historic treaty to protect oceans around the world. The treaty represents the UN’s first-ever attempt to establish an international agreement to safeguard biodiversity in the high seas, the term for the unregulated sections of the world’s oceans […]