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Earthjustice fights for the right of all to a healthy environment.

As the premier nonprofit environmental law organization, we take on the biggest, most precedent-setting cases across the country. We wield the power of law and the strength of partnership to protect people’s health; to preserve magnificent places and wildlife; to advance clean energy; and to combat climate change. We partner with thousands of groups, supporters and citizens to take on the critical environmental issues of our time, and bring about positive change.

We are here because the earth needs a good lawyer.

Working Green: Headquarters

Earthjustice is actively promoting a green, environmentally-conscious future outside of the courtroom. As the construction and day-to-day operation of buildings have a powerful impact on our planet, at our headquarters in San Francisco, CA, we have kept sustainability in mind when finding a space to fit our growing organization. Learn about the green features of our office.

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50 California St., Ste. 500
San Francisco, CA  94111
(415) 217-2000


Trip Van Noppen President

Bill Curtiss Deputy Director

Kristine Stratton Sr. Vice President, Operations

Christa Brothers Vice President, Human Resources

Darrell Byers Vice President, Development

Drew Caputo Vice President of Litigation for Lands, Wildlife & Oceans

Minna Jung Vice President, Communications

Jay SchwartzCoffey Vice President, Finance & Administration

Vawter "Buck" Parker Strategic Adviser

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Spotlight Features

Legal Docket 2015: Highlights

With the generous investment of our members, we have taken on some of the biggest environmental challenges across the country, expanding our legal docket to more than 370 active cases. See highlights from this year's Legal Docket.

The Wild Future

President Trip Van Noppen discusses how to manage and protect wild ecosystems in a warming world. That the world is changing is undeniable—but the loss of our natural heritage as a result is an outcome that we refuse to let happen. Our nation's remaining wild places deserve a fighting chance.