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December 13, 2011 | Feature

Erika Rosenthal: On The Impacts Of Climate Change

Staff Attorney Erika Rosenthal discusses how Earthjustice is reducing the causes of climate change, tackling emissions on the international stage, participating in negotiations and working to reduce emissions of other global warming pollutants, like black carbon and ozone.

October 10, 2011 | Feature

Arctic Ice Melt: Telepress Conference

On September 15, 2011, Earthjustice hosted a telepress conference with three of the leading research scientists on climate change, who spoke about the massive ice melt record, weather patterns and rising sea levels.

May 18, 2011 | Blog Post

The Good, the Bad and the Melting

Some good things happened this last week at the Arctic Council ministerial meeting in Nuuk, Greenland, but the sense of urgency to protect the world’s last great wilderness from the ravages of resource extraction – and to slow Arctic warming and melting – was lacking.

Among the good things that happened in Nuuk:

May 18, 2011 | Blog Post

Melting of Greenland A Warning For The Planet

From the Kangerlussuaq airport, at 67 degrees North in Greenland...

It’s four hours to New York and five to Moscow, but only three to the North Pole. People are speaking Danish and the language of the Inuit people. I’m writing at the airport on my way home from the Arctic Council ministerial meeting, held in the capital, Nuuk, about 45 minutes south by plane. The Greenlandic landscape is stark and beautiful and resplendent in ice and snow over the rolling hills and craggy mountains.