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Director of Content Strategy
Ben serves as the Director of Content Strategy at Earthjustice. He is based in San Francisco.
By Ben Arnoldy
In Netflix’s hit show on the royals, there’s an unbelievable story about air pollution. But the Great Smog of London was all too real — and still relevant today.
By Ben Arnoldy / Northeast Office
The plant’s air permit application was denied after community members fought back, with help from Earthjustice.
By Ben Arnoldy / Washington, D.C. Office
“Safe” levels of air pollution are unhealthy for many people new research shows. The EPA could change that.
By Ben Arnoldy / Clean Energy Program
Bitcoin is bringing dirty power plants out of retirement. Earthjustice is fighting this new trend in order to put an end to fossil fuels once and for all.
By Ben Arnoldy / International Program
Sixteen youths, including Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg, are calling out countries for violating the human rights of children everywhere.
Sultana Kamal leads a coalition of environmental groups fighting to keep the governments of Bangladesh and India from building a giant coalfired power plant next to a vast wild estuary called the Sundarbans.
By Ben Arnoldy / Rocky Mountain Office
Dr. Scott Sampson tells what it's like to discover dinosaur fossils in a national monument that Trump is trying to gut.
By Ben Arnoldy / Northwest Office & Rocky Mountain Office
Interior Secretary Zinke’s leaked recommendations to shrink or gut 10 national monuments would be the largest cut to protected lands and waters in U.S. history.
By Ben Arnoldy / Policy and Legislation Team
La administración Trump señaló el 1 de agosto que seguirá impulsando su muro fronterizo, independientemente de leyes ambientales.
A former White House insider explains the implications of a decision by the Department of Homeland Security to issue a wide-ranging waiver.