The Latest by Brian Smith

Campaign Manager

An Earthjustice staff member from 1999 until 2015, Brian used outreach and partnership skills to cover many issues, including advocacy campaign efforts to promote a healthy ocean.

October 12, 2009

New Logging in the Tongass?

Regional forester out on a limb

October 7, 2009

The Resurrection of Rivers

Restoration is reviving rivers from the West Coast to Hawai'i

September 21, 2009

California Species Get the Fox Treatment

Fox News opines on California water, facts be damned

August 27, 2009

The Greening of the San Joaquin Valley

California's heartland looks to new industries to diversify economy

August 14, 2009

Polluters Plan to Disrupt Public Events on Global Warming

Secret industry memo reveals "Astroturf" copy-cat incivilities

August 6, 2009

Can We Adapt to Global Warming?

As climate change evidence mounts, some are planning to "adapt"

July 17, 2009

"I Lost 15 Pounds Commuting to Work, Ask Me How"

Earthjustice employees offer their views on biking to work

June 17, 2009

California Salmon, Free Willy and The God Squad

Earthjustice was thrilled this month when a strong new set of rules was issued by the National Marine Fisheries Service to protect California’s endangered salmon species. We’ve working to protect California salmon since the 1980s and the new biological opinion is a huge step in the right direction. But some people just hate good news about …

April 30, 2009

Still Gasping for Clean Air in San Joaquin Valley

Growing up in California’s San Joaquin Valley, we spent our summer days at the community swimming pool and on the soccer field. Playing outside was one of the joys of growing up in a region where the days are warm, the grass is green and the sky is clear. These days, elementary schools in the …

March 13, 2009

"Do Your Math and Chemistry Homework"

Earthjustice staff scientist Anna Cederstav gives children advice about how to become an environmental scientist at IndyKids. "Anna makes sure the lawyers get their scientific facts straight!" Indeed.