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Lawsuit Launched to Protect Endangered Butterfly and Communities in Contra Costa County
Center for Biological Diversity
A coalition of conservation and environmental justice groups submitted a legal notice on July 24 of their intent to sue the Environmental Protection Agency for approving PG&E’s Gateway Generating Station, which harms endangered species and local communities. The Gateway Generating Station is a large, natural-gas-fired power plant in Antioch, Calif., that pollutes nearby communities, worsens the global climate crisis, and threatens the survival of one of North America’s most imperiled species: the Lange’s metalmark butterfly.

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