We take on many of the biggest environmental and health challenges of our time and stick with them. The law makes change.
Because the earth needs a good lawyer.
National Communications Strategist, Lands, Oceans and Wildlife
Maggie worked at Earthjustice from 2014–2021.
By Maggie Caldwell / Rocky Mountain Office
We’re also pursuing multiple other cases to protect this keystone species across the contiguous United States.
By Maggie Caldwell / Biodiversity Defense Program & Northern Rockies Office
He’s looking for guidance on how to do it. We have some ideas
By Maggie Caldwell
Fighting the biodiversity crisis isn’t just about saving the bees or the whales.
By Maggie Caldwell / Northwest Office
Leaders in the Pacific Northwest must step up where federal agencies have failed.
By Maggie Caldwell / Mid-Pacific Office
No one voted for polluted rivers, lakes, and oceans.
A new film documents Nimiipuu people building their first canoe in 100 years. The Tribe's health is linked to the fate of Snake River salmon.
By Maggie Caldwell / Northern Rockies Office
The fate of Spitfire is a warning of what could happen to wolves elsewhere in the U.S. if Congress and the Trump administration proceed with plans to strip protections from these imperiled creatures.
Removing four dams from the Snake River would amount to the greatest wild salmon recovery and river restoration in history.
By Maggie Caldwell / Headquarters Office & Policy and Legislation Team
Proposed legislation protects corporations and government agencies run amok, while closing the courtroom door to everyday people.
By Maggie Caldwell / Policy and Legislation Team
Legislation introduced in the House and Senate would strip protections from wolves in four states—and take away citizens’ ability to challenge that decision.
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