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Heninger v. County of Santa Clara

(1987) 186 Cal.App.3d 601, 231 Cal.Rptr. 11, a Court of Appeal case establishing that statute requires an Environmental Impact Report, rather than a Negative Declaration, to be prepared whenever there is evidence that a project may have an adverse impact upon the environment, even if there s a countervailing evidence that an adverse impact may[...]
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Heninger v. Dunn

(1980) 101 Cal.App.3d 858, 162 Cal.Rptr. 104, a Court of Appeal case which holds that the statutory double and treble damages provisions for injuries to trees can be measured by the cost of replanting a California native forest environment destroyed by construction of a trespass road.
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Wildlife Alive v. Chickering

(1976) 18 Cal.3d 190, 132 Cal.Rptr. 337, the first unanimous California Supreme Court decision under the California Environmental Quality Act. The case rejected the less protective “functional equivalent” doctrine in favor of stronger protection in the Act’s Section 21080.5 regulatory program, in connection with fixing hunting seasons.
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