View a PDF of the 2010 Annual Report.
Highlights from 2010 include:
RtE legal and technical staff worked on over a dozen substantive matters, highlighted by continued work on RtE’s second lawsuit against the Bureau of Land Management to prevent the federal government from leasing Colorado’s Roan Plateau under a drilling plan that will needlessly damage important wildlife habitat, traditional uses and cherished public lands.
After two years of public education, activation and advocacy, Los Angeles Power and Water withdrew plans to build a high-capacity power line through the California desert, which would have impacted Joshua Tree National Park.
RtE had a presence at over 142 concert dates throughout the United States.
RtE raised over $125,000 from memberships, sponsorships, donations, auctions and grants, including significant funds from the Educational Foundation of America.
RtE expanded its highly successful cellular telephone collection and recycling campaign, resulting in nearly 5,000 cell phones being kept out of landfills.