The Latest by Julie Hauserman

Public Affairs and Communications Strategist

Julie Hauserman is an environmental writer and advocate who lives in Tallahassee, FL. She is a former national commentator on National Public Radio’s Weekend Edition and The Splendid Table. She has written for many publications, including the Tampa Bay Times, Family Circle, the Florida Phoenix, the Book of the Everglades, the Wild Heart of Florida, and Between Two Rivers. Her latest book, Drawn to the Deep, about National Geographic explorer/cave diver/photographer Wes Skiles, won a 2019 National Outdoors Book Award for biography.

Graphic of a yellow "slow for whales" crossing sign on a buoy in the middle of the ocean, with ships and boats in the background.
June 5, 2023

We Need To Slow Down for The Rarest Whales on Earth

The federal government wants public input on whether to set a new maritime speed limit to protect the Gulf of Mexico whale.

Aerial view of the Big Cypress National Preserve in South Florida on October 13, 2021.
January 10, 2022

We’re Defending a Rare Florida Wetland From Oil Drilling

We’re in court to force the federal government to protect some of the most important wetlands in America.

Collared panther known as FP 110 and her kitten.
February 5, 2020

Keeping Florida Panthers Off the Road to Extinction

Earthjustice has filed a federal lawsuit to target the big cats’ leading cause of death – getting hit by vehicles.

Coal ash pollution keeps Kentucky college professor Brett Werner from fishing in the lake near his home. Earthjustice is suing Kentucky Utilities to compel it to clean up the 6 million cubic yards of buried coal ash that are contaminating the lake's groun
January 29, 2018

We’re Fighting to Keep Coal out of a Kentucky Lake

Represented by their lawyers at Earthjustice, Kentucky Waterways Alliance and Sierra Club just filed an appeal to force Kentucky Utilities to clean up toxic coal ash pollution in Herrington Lake.

Google Earth satellite images of coal ash wastewater pollution from the Mill Creek Generating Station into the Ohio River.
June 10, 2014

Florida, Kentucky Rivers Poisoned by Coal Ash

Earthjustice is suing to stop toxic coal ash discharges into rivers in Kentucky and Florida.