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Donor Testimonials

  • Connie Harvey

    "It seems that all of nature's bounty is under attack -- wild places, endangered species, clean air and water, healthy ecosystems, and ultimately every living creature that depends on all those things. To secure a decent future, the work of Earthjustice is indispensable." - Connie Harvey, conservationist and founder of Wilderness Workshop

  • Diane and Ian Walker

    "We have included a bequest for Earthjustice in our will. We rest easy knowing that, with our help and the help of other Earthjustice members who make a gift for the future, the organization will continue its work long after we're gone." - Diane and Ian Walker, Evergreen Council Members

  • Joseph Ellis

    “Regardless of which direction the political winds may be blowing, Earthjustice is there providing the legal support other organizations need to combat the most serious threats to our ecosystems and health.” - Joseph Ellis

  • Lester Brown

    “Earthjustice takes on big coal and big oil industries where it counts – in the courts. Even the EPA keeps looking over its shoulder to see where the Earthjustice lawyers are.” - Lester Brown, President of Earth Policy Institute and author of Full Planet, Empty Plates

  • Richard Woo

    “Earthjustice brings together public interest and planet interest law. That’s why the case for their support is so compelling.” - Richard Woo, CEO, The Russell Family Foundation

  • Chris Wurtele

    "I'm so glad to hear that Earthjustice is working hard to restore stream flows in the West Maui Mountains. I also want to thank all of you for demanding that pesticide manufacturers be required to disclose the inert ingredients in pesticides. Earthjustice is definitely making the world a better place for all." - Chris Wurtele, Earthjustice Donor Since 1993

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Making America Polluted Again

In 1971, the Environmental Protection Agency launched Documerica, a project to capture images of environmental problems, EPA activities and everyday life in America. Freelance photographers captured more than 15,000 photos of the heightened air and water crises of that time. These pictures show us the situation we could return to if we defang and defund the EPA.

Images of Mountaintop Removal Mining

Mountaintop removal coal mining, often described as "strip mining on steroids," is an extremely destructive form of mining that is devastating Appalachia. In just a few decades, more than 2,400 miles of streams and headwaters that provide drinking water for millions have been permanently buried and destroyed.

Saving the Pacific Salmon

The multitudes of salmon once known by rivers like the Columbia, Sacramento and Klamath are mostly memories—victims of dams, habitat loss, water diversions and other human-caused problems. Earthjustice is working to change that. Learn about communities sustained by salmon runs and the ongoing efforts to save the imperiled species.