The Latest by Marianne Engelman Lado

Sr. Staff Attorney

Marianne worked at Earthjustice from 2010–2016. From the Northeast regional office in New York, she fought to reduce our toxic overload by ensuring that everyone has the right to a healthy environment, including industrial and agricultural workers, children, communities of color and low-income communities.

January 22, 2015

Shaken, Not Stirred: Chemical Cocktail Finally Under EPA Review

The EPA will finally review the chemical cocktail used in oil dispersants.

An industrial hog farm
December 18, 2014

A Day in Hog Heaven After Judge Orders Feds to Evaluate Factory Farm's Impacts

In a court case brought by Earthjustice, a judge found that federal agencies illegally guaranteed loans to a factory farm near the Buffalo National River without first effectively evaluating the potential environmental impacts of this swine operation.

A child plays with a baby carrier.
August 27, 2014

Business Confidentiality Shouldn’t Trump Chemical Safety

We’re exposed to toxic chemicals day in and day out. Hampered by attacks on almost any effort to get information to the public and to oversee chemicals out in the marketplace, the federal government fails to protect us.

September 10, 2013

EPA Pulls Two Important Chemical Rules

To say we at Earthjustice are disappointed regarding the recent news that the Environmental Protection Agency has withdrawn two chemical rules would be an understatement. EPA’s decision to pull these rules is truly a shame because the proposed regulations would have increased transparency of health and safety information related to potentially dangerous chemicals. We already …