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July 27, 2015 | Blog Post

Don’t Be Afraid to Challenge Industry ‘Science’ on GE Foods

Have you noticed that the latest tactic to discredit anyone who doesn’t buy into a corporate claim that a product is safe is to label the person “anti-science?” If you try to get better regulation of pesticide use around schoolchildren or farmworkers, you’re not prudent, you’re “anti-science.” Don’t care to have genetically engineered products on your dinner table while companies fight every attempt to label them so you have a choice? They’re happy to label you “anti-science,” too. 

July 27, 2015

Sheena Lewis

Sheena Lewis is a litigation assistant with the Florida regional office in Tallahassee, Florida.

July 23, 2015 | Job Post

2016 Law Clerkship



Earthjustice is seeking summer law clerks who share a passion for justice and a healthy environment.

July 23, 2015 | Blog Post

Linking Human and Environmental Justice with Carmen Gonzalez

Carmen G. Gonzalez is an Earthjustice board member and professor of law at the Seattle University School of Law who has published widely in the areas of international environmental law, environmental justice, food security and trade. Here she discusses how marginalized communities bear the brunt of economic activities that wreak havoc on the environment, focusing specifically on the global food supply chain. Gonzalez has been recognized as one of Green 2.0’s leaders of color.

July 23, 2015 | Blog Post

New Arctic Fishing Ban Will Help Keep Cold-Adapted Species Out of Hot Water

The ocean is warming, and some fish are heading north in an effort to seek out cooler climes. Combine this phenomenon with increased Arctic access due to melting sea ice, which would allow fishing vessels to follow the migration of these aquatic organisms, and you’ve got yourself a dangerous situation. Last week, the United States, Canada, Norway, Denmark and Russia pledged to head off this environmental catastrophe by prohibiting commercial fishing in Arctic international waters—at least until more research evaluates the effect of sea warming on fish populations.


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