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September 6, 2016 | Blog Post

Fighting South Africa’s Coal Cartel

Earthjustice attorneys Martin Wagner and Ramin Pejan recently returned from South Africa where they experienced the country’s beauty—but also the growing threat of destruction from coal mining and consumption.

September 1, 2016 | Feature

Standing With Standing Rock

The massive Dakota Access oil pipeline threatens the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe's drinking water, sacred history, and children's future. An interactive recap of the story so far.

September 1, 2016 | In the News: BBC

Rediscovering Native American Roots At Pipeline Protest

“It's the biggest gathering of tribes in more than 100 years. The movement is becoming more than a protest ... People in the camp say it is a way to reconnect with their identity, pride and heritage after a long history of abuse and segregation.”

August 22, 2016 | Blog Post

Two Tunnels Too Many

Earthjustice is representing Restore the Delta to oppose a massive diversion of fresh water from California’s Delta for Governor Jerry Brown's proposed “Twin Tunnels” project.

August 18, 2016 | Feature

Ten Thoughts from a Once-in-a-Lifetime Trip to Alaska

Abigail Dillen, VP of Litigation for Climate & Energy, recounts her trip to accompany Marie Claire’s Creative Director, Nina Garcia, to Alaska to visit Juneau’s famous ice field and see first-hand the march of climate change.

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