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Earthjustice Quarterly Magazine: Summer 2013

Cover of the Summer 2013 issue. Earthjustice lobbyist Andrea Delgado guides Clean Air Ambassador Hilton Kelley to congressional offices. (Matt Roth)
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Summer 2013
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Clean Air Ambassadors head to Capitol Hill to meet with their elected officials. (Matt Roth) Invasion of the Clean Air Army More than one hundred citizens came from every state in the Union—and from many of its most polluted places—with a message for every legislator in Washington, D.C.: Industry is killing us with poisons they put into our air, our water, our communities.
Clean Air Ambassadors Michael Kosnett.

Departments

Trip Van Noppen, president of Earthjustice.

From the President

Trip Van Noppen

Fighting for the Ultimate Civil Right
Map of the United States.

Frontlines

| Tom Turner

Current Cases, Issues, and Victories

Just Dessert

| Shirley Hao

Engineers of the San Pedro River

Features

The San Pedro River is a remnant of a once extensive network of desert riparian corridors that traversed the Southwest. (Photo courtesy of Robin Silver.) Saving the Last Free-Flowing River A new legal front opens in the fight to save Arizona's 'River of Life'—The San Pedro.
Nine residents of Rochelle, GA are suing their city government for discharging the city's raw sewage onto their properties. Raw Sewage and a Raw Deal in Rochelle Guess what ends up in African-American yards when Rochelle, GA, flushes its toilets.
Leo Cook (right) speaks to UN Representatives Lene Wendland and Michael Addo (far left) during their visit to Appalachia, investigating human rights abuses caused by mountaintop removal coal mining. (Photo courtesy of Vivian Stockman / OVEC) UN Investigates Human Rights in Appalachia The United Nations Working Group on Business and Human Rights visits Appalachia to investigate the human rights cost of mountaintop removal mining.
Gray fox suffering from rodenticide poisoning. (Photo courtesy of Melanie Piazza / WildCare) d-CON: Taking Aim at a Wildlife Killer Rodenticides such as d-CON enter the food chain when rodents die from poisoning and are eaten by domestic animals and wildlife—who often die as a result.
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Sandra Sobek, by a photovoltaic installation in her Conway, MA backyard. Conversation: Sandra Sobek We have no choice but to fight for the planet, says Earthjustice activist and supporter Sandra Sobek, who urges citizens to take every chance to act in its defense.

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Sharp-shinned hawk amid Colorado's winter foliage. (Linda Burgess)
Sharp-shinned hawk amid Colorado's winter foliage. Linda Burgess is an Earthjustice supporter from Dolores, Colorado.
A butterfly. (Mike Stavrinakis)

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PhotoCredits

Cover:
Matt Roth
Earthjustice lobbyist Andrea Delgado guides Clean Air Ambassador Hilton Kelley to congressional offices.
Clean Air Army:
Matt Roth
Clean Air Ambassadors head to Capitol Hill to meet with their elected officials.
50 States United:
Matt Roth
Clean Air Ambassador Michael Kosnett.
On the Hill, Just Dessert:
Loetus Creative
Saving the Last Free-Flowing River:
Robin Silver
The San Pedro River is a remnant of a once extensive network of desert riparian corridors that traversed the Southwest.
Raw Sewage and a Raw Deal:
Earthjustice
Nine residents of Rochelle, GA are suing their city government for discharging the city's raw sewage onto their properties.
UN Investigates:
Vivian Stockman / OVEC
Leo Cook (right) speaks to UN Representatives Lene Wendland and Michael Addo (far left) during their visit to Appalachia, investigating human rights abuses caused by mountaintop removal coal mining.
d-CON:
Melanie Piazza / WildCare
Gray fox suffering from rodenticide poisoning.
Conversation:
Sandra Sobek