Renewable Village

A Victory for Clean Air

Defending Tongass NF

Crude-by-Rail Challenged

Remote Alaskan Village Energizes With Renewables

The village of Igiugig is weaning off diesel generators and turning on solar and wind power.  Watch the video and share their story.

Court Upholds Mercury and Air Toxics Rule

A recent court decision will help reduce the terrible toll that power plants' toxic pollution takes on peoples' lives and health.  Read.

Defending Tongass National Forest from Logging

Massive old-growth logging in the Tongass forces Endangered Species Act review for the Alexander Archipelago wolf.  Read.

Groups Challenge Crude-by-Rail Shipments

Highly volatile and explosive crude on rails puts Bay Area residential community at risk.  Read.

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Steller sea lions. (Vladimir Burkanov / NOAA)

The Endangered Species Act at 40
For decades, Earthjustice has been at the forefront of efforts to make sure that this critical statute realizes its visionary promise. By preserving endangered species, we help to preserve ourselves.
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