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Attorney Erika Rosenthal On The Impacts Of Climate Change

Earthjustice attorney Erika Rosenthal discusses her work to reduce the causes of climate change, tackle emissions on the international stage, participate in negotiations and reduce emissions of other global warming pollutants, like black carbon and ozone, which are accelerating warming and melting in the Arctic.

The changes in the world climate system are by far and away the most extraordinary global risk that the world community has ever faced. Staff Attorney Erika Rosenthal discusses how Earthjustice is engaging the international community in the process of reducing carbon emissions.

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Earthjustice President Trip Van Noppen on How Earthjustice Tackles Climate Change

President Trip Van Noppen describes how Earthjustice is uniquely positioned to create change by leveraging the power of the law to realize a sustainable future. He elaborates on our three-pronged approach to tackling climate change—ending our reliance on fossil fuels, building ecosystem resilience, and promoting a clean energy future.

Climate Change in Glacier National Park

Research ecologist Dan Fagre of the Northern Rocky Mountain Science Center discusses his work to understand how climate change will affect mountain ecosystems such as Glacier National Park. Fagre predicts that rising temperatures will cause Glacier National Park to be glacier-free by 2020.