When I was a boy, if I told my mother I cleaned only six percent of my room and then headed out the door to play, I’d get a swift turn back to finish the job, most likely accompanied by some harsh words and her fearsome “stink eye.” It’s a lesson we all learn at an early age: clean up all of your mess.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency wants your feedback as it updates rules meant to protect children and adult agricultural workers from pesticides.
In this first installment of a weekly series, farmworkers share stories from the frontlines, illustrating why we need an even stronger standard than EPA proposes. Join them in taking action, and share your story below.
The Obama administration’s historic proposal to limit carbon pollution from existing power plants—the single largest source of climate pollution—is a big step toward combatting climate change and also securing basic human rights.
Corey Scult is a litigation assistant in the Washington, D.C. office, primarily supporting the oceans and mountaintop removal mining teams.
Prior to joining Earthjustice he worked at Runa, a socially conscious, Brooklyn-based startup tea company. Corey has interned with the Senior Trial Unit at the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office in Boston and graduated from Brown University with an A.B. in human biology and economics.