Armed with a video camera and a YouTube-savvy personality, 24-year-old Miriam Nielson raised money for Earthjustice and spread the word about our cases through Project for Awesome. A three-day livestreaming video event that happens each December, Project for Awesome engages thousands of people around the world to raise money for worthy charities. Project participants in 2016 raised more than $2,000,000 for 22 organizations, including Earthjustice.
An opinion piece by John A‘ana, Jim A‘ana, Galen Kaohi, Kaina Makua and Wesley Yadao, who are on Po‘ai Wai Ola’s board of directors
Jennifer Cassel is a Coal Ash Project Attorney with the Coal Program. She is based in Chicago.
Prior to joining Earthjustice, Jenny worked as a staff attorney for the Environmental Law & Policy Center in Chicago, where she brought enforcement suits and permit challenges against numerous coal-fired power plants and co-led negotiations of a comprehensive, protective fracking law in Illinois.
Patrice Simms is Vice President of Litigation, based in Washington, D.C.
Ben Arnoldy is the Managing Editor. He is based at Headquarters in San Francisco.