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May 1, 2013 | Case

Protecting The Public From Coal Mine Pollution

Coal mine pollution is dangerous and can be deadly—it’s also controllable. Earthjustice sued the EPA over its failure to protect public health and the environment from this threat.

April 29, 2013 | Blog Post

Goldman Prize Winners: Making a Difference

It is easy sometimes to feel like the problems of the world are just too large for any one person to tackle. Whether it is a global issue like climate change or more local struggles against ancient coal plants polluting the neighborhood, it feels like there are always powerful interests standing in the way. That’s why I am thankful for the Goldman Environmental Prize because it shows us just how incredible a difference one caring person can make.

April 9, 2013 | Blog Post

Confirming a New Boss at EPA

Ms. McCarthy will be a vital player in the effort to protect our families and environment. It is critical that the Senate move quickly to confirm her.

March 22, 2013 | Blog Post

Esperanza Spalding In Tune With Earthjustice

When the President of the United States invites you to perform at his Nobel Peace Prize ceremony, there’s only one answer: yes. When that same performer offered to partner with Earthjustice to help raise awareness and support, there also was only one answer: Absolutely, yes!

February 27, 2013 | Blog Post

NAACP Joins Charge to Protect Clean Air Standards

Even in today’s divided political climate, taking a stance against mercury and arsenic in our air does not seem like it should be controversial. The gasses, along with other known toxics like chromium, cadmium and selenium are among 84 known air pollutants emitted every year by coal and oil fired power plants.

February 26, 2013 | Blog Post

China to Introduce Carbon Fees

The jury is still out on whether the U.S. will join other major emitters by putting fees on carbon pollution. But claims that U.S. action would be dangerously bold are no longer valid.

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