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Down to Earth is an audio podcast about the news, events and personalities of Earthjustice. Attorneys, clients, scientific experts and other guests give in-depth interviews on Earthjustice's work.

New episodes are released monthly.

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More than 80,000 chemicals are currently approved for use in the United States, and over 15,000 are "secret." The vast majority have never been tested for safety. The U.S. often allows industry free rein, while communities are left in the dark about what is in their water, air, and household products. Managing Attorney Marianne Engelman Lado discusses Earthjustice's work to fix our nation's broken toxics regulatory system and to lift the secrecy around chemical safety.

Earthjustice’s Marjorie Mulhall, legislative counsel on the Policy & Legislation team located in our Washington, D.C., office, works with Congress and federal agencies to protect the Endangered Species Act and prevent legislative rollback of our legal victories.

From the California coast to Maryland ports, Earthjustice is fighting to protect communities and special places from fracking. Listen to an interview with Deborah Goldberg, managing attorney of the Northeast regional office.
Tom Murphy, a wildlife photographer who has spent countless hours documenting the beauty and wildlife of Yellowstone National Park, speaks with Earthjustice about his decades of hiking, camping and skiing across Yellowstone, a place he refers to as "one of the finest wild land ecosystems in the world."
A coalition of environmental groups, represented by Earthjustice, filed the first-ever lawsuit challenging the federal government's financing for exports of Appalachian coal on July 31, 2013. A telepress conference was held the morning of the filing, discussing the litigation and the U.S. government’s financing of coal exports.
Climate change is the life-disrupting crisis of our time. But we still can avoid its most severe impacts if we dramatically change the way we produce and use energy. Coal Program Director Abigail Dillen discusses how Earthjustice works to fundamentally change the way our nation produces and uses energy.

A coalition of Appalachian and national groups pressed the Environmental Protection Agency for stronger protection for their waters from the most extreme form of coal mining, mountaintop removal.

For more than two decades, Earthjustice has been working to implement effective regulations to restore Florida’s waterways and halt destructive practices and projects. Managing Attorney David Guest discusses how Earthjustice is protecting Florida’s water and the national implications of that work.
After more than a decade of litigation, the federal government has finally proposed to protect wolverines as a threatened species under the Endangered Species Act. Down to Earth speaks with Douglas H. Chadwick, a wildlife biologist and journalist who wrote the book The Wolverine Way.
Tim Preso, managing attorney of the Earthjustice Northern Rockies office, has been working to defend the wolf population in the region for more than a decade. In a teleconference, he discusses the background, history and perspective to Earthjustice’s decades-long fight to protect the endangered gray wolf.
Listen to a conversation with Earthjustice President Trip Van Noppen on Earthjustice’s approach to tackling the vast and complex issue of climate change. Trip discusses Earthjustice's unique position to create change by leveraging the power of the law to realize a sustainable future.
Sandra Steingraber is an acclaimed ecologist and author of the new book, "Raising Elijah," which takes a personal yet scientific look at the abundant human exposure to toxic chemicals. She believes that we can both reform toxics regulation and stop climate change by getting off of dirty fossil fuels. Sandra Steingraber spoke with Kari Birdseye, national press secretary at Earthjustice.
In the wake of superstorm Sandy, the 2012 election represents a critical moment for the environment. President Obama's re-election makes it clear that the people of this country will not sacrifice the right to a healthy environment in exchange for big profits for big polluters. Join Earthjustice President Trip Van Noppen and VP of Policy and Legislation Martin Hayden as they review election results, assess the impact on our work, and answer questions from Earthjustice supporters.
In this episode of the podcast Down to Earth, Dr. Alan H. Lockwood discusses coal’s dirty characteristics and why cleaning up air pollutants could result in trillions of dollars of health-related benefits in the United States.
Earthjustice attorney Marianne Engelman Lado discusses confined animal feeding operations, or CAFOs, and their effects on people’s health and the environment.
In this episode, Earthjustice content producer Jessica Knoblauch speaks with Deborah Goldberg, the managing attorney at Earthjustice’s Northeast office. For almost four years, Goldberg has been working on cases involving fracking, a controversial form of extreme gas drilling that can contaminate the air and water.
Earthjustice Managing Attorney Deborah Goldberg was a panelist on a nationally broadcast debate presented by Intelligence Squared in partnership with the Aspen Ideas Festival. Goldberg and Katherine Hudson of Riverkeeper will debated NY Times columnist Joe Nocera and former DOE Assistant Secretary Susan Tierney. The motion: "No Fracking Way: The Natural Gas Boom Is Doing More Harm than Good".
Down to Earth is an audio podcast about the news, events and personalities of Earthjustice. Hear from attorneys, clients, scientific experts and other guests on the different aspects of Earthjustice's litigation work. New episodes are released monthly.