The Latest by Caeleigh MacNeil

Editorial Assistant

From 2015–2017, Caeleigh MacNeil was part of the Editorial team at Headquarters in San Francisco. She is a graduate of Duke University, where she studied English, journalism and environmental science.

Fishing industry groups wanted to revive a harmful program that excluded otters from parts of their coastal habitat—but Earthjustice fought back.
May 29, 2019

Judges Agree: They Otter Be Free

Fishing industry groups wanted to revive a harmful program that excluded otters from parts of their coastal habitat—but Earthjustice fought back.

June 22, 2017

Saving Northern Maine’s Economic Gem

: Local business owner Matthew Polstein is fighting the threatened repeal of the Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument because the new monument has already ramped up tourism and bolstered the regional economy.

Activist Yudith Nieto holds an air sampler in Hartman Park, in the Manchester neighborhood of Houston, Texas.
June 21, 2017

Scott Pruitt's Deadly Delays

Scott Pruitt is delaying key rules that protect our health and environment. For every delay, lives are lost.

A haze of smog covers the Port of Houston. In a $20 million victory for public health, a citizen suit made ExxonMobil pay for violating the Clean Air Act at a facility in this area.
May 22, 2017

Taking Exxon to Court to Protect Clean Air (and Winning Big)

In a $20 million victory for public health, a citizen suit made ExxonMobil pay for violating the Clean Air Act at a facility near Houston.

Originally designed in 1977 by design firm Chermayeff & Geismar Associates and partner Steff Geissbühler, the EPA Graphic Standards System has been boosted into the public spotlight once more.
May 18, 2017

Graphic Designers Appreciate EPA (Style) Rules

Graphic design duo Hamish Smyth and Jesse Reed have reissued the 1977 EPA graphic standards manual and shone a spotlight on design’s power to strengthen and streamline government agencies.

There are only a few days left to help save wild salmon by supporting the largest river restoration in U.S. history.
February 2, 2017

More than 250,000 Write in Support of Salmon

There are only a few days left to help save wild salmon by supporting the largest river restoration in U.S. history.

Anna Brezhneva didn’t ask for gifts for her birthday this year; instead, she raised almost $4,000 for Earthjustice using online crowd funding.
December 19, 2016

Young Activist Raises Funds to Fight Climate Change

Anna Brezhneva didn’t ask for gifts for her birthday this year; instead, she raised almost $4,000 for Earthjustice using online crowd funding.

These majestic winter landscapes could be targeted by the next presidential administration.
December 15, 2016

Cold Winds Rise: Five Frozen Treasures Under Threat

These majestic winter landscapes could be targeted by the next presidential administration.

Dive into the deep end with these long-form features on Earthjustice’s most groundbreaking casework.
December 15, 2016

Deep-Dives: Eight Earthjustice Longreads You Can’t Miss

Dive into the deep end with these long-form features on Earthjustice’s most groundbreaking casework.

Ghosts, ghouls and vampires can’t hold a candle to lead—a neurotoxin with the power to wreck children’s futures.
October 28, 2016

Halloween Scares: Nine Spooky Facts about Lurking Lead

Ghosts, ghouls and vampires can’t hold a candle to lead—a neurotoxin with the power to wreck children’s futures.