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July 9, 2015 | Blog Post

3 Things That Won’t Solve California’s Drought

California’s record-breaking drought has created a new generation of greenwashed products that claim they can help ease the water crisis. Meanwhile, these products distract us from enacting real solutions to use water more efficiently and to sustainably manage this precious resource.

Here are my three favorite drought-washed products. Leave a comment below to tell us about products you’ve seen.

July 9, 2015 | Blog Post

Our Public Forest Lands Are Under Attack

When I was younger, my family would take month-long vacations to the Midwest, up to Washington state and down to Mexico. My parents are salt of the earth types who never went to resorts or beaches to relax. Vacations were more like “strenuous holidays,” as John Burroughs would say. One vacation was a road trip from Los Angeles, California to Seattle, Washington with a stop at every major national park along the way.

July 8, 2015 | Blog Post

Buyer Beware: What We Don’t Know Could Hurt Us

Whether it’s our favorite foods, body care products, clothing, cleaning supplies or even weed or pest control products, we all rely on product labels to give us the information we need to make the choices we want. But what happens when some of the most toxic products on the market have labels that lead us to believe they’re safer than they really are? And what happens when our choice as consumers is undermined because we don’t have the basic facts needed to make an informed decision about what we buy or how we use our products?

July 7, 2015 | Report

Polling Memo: Poll Finds Overwhelming, Broad-Based Support for the Endangered Species Act Among Voters Nationwide

Tulchin Research conducted a scientific survey among a representative sample of 600 registered voters across the United States on behalf of Defenders of Wildlife and Earthjustice in order to assess attitudes about the Endangered Species Act. Our research finds a broad-based national consensus on the Endangered Species Act, with nine in ten voters backing the law and with support extending across the country, across all demographic groups, and across the political spectrum.

July 6, 2015

Mariana Lo

Mariana Lo is a litigation assistant with the Northeast regional office in New York, NY.

Mariana joined Earthjustice from the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, where she received the Yale President’s Public Service Fellowship. While obtaining her Master of Environmental Management, she worked with the Urban Resources Initiative, supervising a team of six ex-offenders planting trees throughout New Haven.


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