1. Whether the Ninth Circuit erred in holding that National Environmental Policy Act (“NEPA”) plaintiffs are specially exempt from the requirement of showing a likelihood of irreparable harm to obtain an injunction.
2. Whether the Ninth Circuit erred in holding that a district court may enter an injunction sought to remedy a NEPA violation without conducting an evidentiary hearing sought by a party to resolve genuinely disputed facts directly relevant to the appropriate scope of the requested injunction.
3. Whether the Ninth Circuit erred when it affirmed a nationwide injunction entered prior to this Court’s decision in Winter v. NRDC, 129 S. Ct. 365 (2008), which sought to remedy a NEPA violation based on only a remote possibility of reparable harm.