Alaska Wilderness, et al v. Kempthorne et al.

Filing 920090306

Opinion

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FOR PUBLICATION UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE NINTH CIRCUIT ALASKA WILDERNESS LEAGUE; NATURAL RESOURCES DEFENSE COUNCIL, INC.; PACIFIC ENVIRONMENT AND RESOURCES CENTER, Petitioners, v. DIRK KEMPTHORNE, et al., Respondent, SHELL OFFSHORE, INC., Respondent-Intervenor. No. 07-71457 RESISTING ENVIRONMENTAL DESTRUCTION ON INDIGENOUS LANDS, A PROJECT OF THE INDIGENOUS ENVIRONMENTAL NETWORK; CENTER FOR BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY AND SIERRA CLUB, Petitioners, v. DIRK KEMPTHORNE, et al., Respondent, SHELL OFFSHORE, INC., Respondent-Intervenor. No. 07-71989 2807 2808 ALASKA WILDERNESS v. KEMPTHORNE NORTH SLOPE BOROUGH; ALASKA ESKIMO WHALING COMMISSION, Petitioners, v. DIRK KEMPTHORNE, et al., Respondent, SHELL OFFSHORE, INC., Respondent-Intervenor. No. 07-72183 DOI No. 2007-152 ORDER Filed March 6, 2009 Before: Dorothy W. Nelson, Stephen Reinhardt, and Carlos T. Bea, Circuit Judges. ORDER The opinion and dissent filed on November 20, 2008, and published at 548 F.3d 815 (9th Cir. 2008), are hereby vacated and withdrawn. Respondents' petition for rehearing and suggestion for rehearing en banc is denied as moot. All pending motions to file amicus briefs in support of rehearing are likewise denied as moot. The opinion vacated and withdrawn will be replaced by a new opinion. Our denial of the petition for rehearing with suggestion for rehearing en banc is made without prejudice to any party who may wish to file a petition for rehearing or petition for rehearing en banc with regard to the new opinion. SO ORDERED. PRINTED FOR ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE--U.S. COURTS BY THOMSON REUTERS/WEST--SAN FRANCISCO The summary, which does not constitute a part of the opinion of the court, is copyrighted 2009 Thomson Reuters/West.

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