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September 11, 2013 | Blog Post

My Window Seat To America The Threatened

“If you want to see the places we’ve helped protect, ask for a window seat.”

So reads my favorite Earthjustice message, decorating airports across the country. It’s true: 35,000 feet is a great vantage to see the forests, mountains and river canyons that are intact, unroaded and resilient thanks to our legal work with many allies.

August 8, 2013 | Video

Kids Speak Up On Fracking

The oil and gas industry tried to silence 7- and 10-year-old siblings with a gag order after their parents sued. But the industry can't silence all children.

August 8, 2013 | Blog Post

Kids Speak Up On Fracking

A group of 5th graders did a special project—on fracking. After considering both sides of the issue, and learning that the chemicals used in fracking are often secret, many of the students decided it wasn’t a good idea. Afterwards, they explained—in their own words—why they felt that way.

May 10, 2013 | Case

Challenging A Chesapeake Bay Gas Export Terminal

Earthjustice is challenging a massive export terminal for fracked gas that is proposed in the Chesapeake Bay estuary—a major threat to the local ecology and to communities across the eastern U.S. already under siege from the fracking boom.

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