The EPA’s rulemaking “has been tied up in knots over beneficial use,” says Lisa Evans, of the environmental law firm Earthjustice.
The Rocky Mountain Office of Earthjustice, located in Denver, Colorado, is seeking applicants for two Associate Attorneys to begin work in the summer or fall of 2016.
Dawa Y. Sherpa is the Office Assistant for Northeast regional office and the Executive Assistant for the senior staff in New York City, NY.
Dawa joined Earthjustice from IBREA, a nonprofit based in New York. She graduated from Truman State University with a B.A in Biology. She moved to New York City to pursue a career in nonprofit administration. She is a native of Nepal and has special interest in conservation of natural resources in the Asian continent.
In the Pacific Northwest, native coastal tribes have an adage rooted in age-old myths: no fish, no blackfish. The integral connection between orca whales and salmon has been understood since long before Europeans arrived to the region. Now, scientists are also highlighting this important link as they look to understand why whale species are in peril.
African American churches have been on the frontlines of the most important social movements of the last century. The movements begin at the pulpit, with preachers stirring their congregation to action via Sunday sermons that link spirituality and faith to a greater calling.