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'An Environmental attorney handles legal matters that pertain to the earth and its natural resources. Environmental attorneys interpret and provide advice on many different kinds of federal, state and local laws that deal with the environment. Environmental laws address oil spills, pollution, air and water quality, emissions, pesticides, groundwater, land use, land development, zoning issues, asbestos, wetlands, waste, landfills, and the protection of animals and their habitats. Major federal laws that an Environmental attorney might encounter are the Clean Air Act, the Clean Water Act, the National Environmental Quality Act, the Endangered Special Act, the Marine Mammal Act, and the Migratory Bird Act.
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