The Latest by Ray Wan

VP of Communications & Marketing

Ray is the VP of Communications and Marketing at Earthjustice. He is based in San Francisco.

On June 3, 2016, a Union Pacific oil train carrying crude oil to the Port of Tacoma, Washington derailed near the town of Mosier, Oregon along the Columbia River.
June 16, 2016

Dangers Of Oil Trains: The Mosier Accident

The recent derailment of a Union Pacific oil train carrying crude oil along the Columbia River highlights the dangers of transporting explosive fossil fuels on our nation’s railways.

"Liebe den Wolf"
September 23, 2015

Howling for Art

Earthjustice has teamed up with the artists and designers of the Creative Action Network to depict the friendlier side of wolves, and the results are howlin’ good.

Offshore drilling in the Arctic would disturb an ecosystem unlike any other on Earth, affecting already-threatened wildlife such as polar bears, whales, and walruses. It would also thwart progress on addressing climate change.
December 18, 2012

Silencing The Wolf

Gray wolf 832F of the Lamar Canyon pack was killed by a hunter.

January 18, 2011

Facing Off the Faces of Coal

Fakes, not faces, are served up by coal industry

July 28, 2010

China Wins Olympic-Size Victory Over Plastic Bag Pollution

Bag use – and its litter – drop two-thirds in three years

July 9, 2010

Foursquare—Where It's at for Earthjustice

New social networking tool engages public on the environment.

January 31, 2010

High-Speeding into the Future

Despite Obama's pledge, America is on the slow train to high-speed rail

May 25, 2009

And Around We Go

By now, we’ve all heard the same merry-go-round arguments about why the U.S. can’t afford aggressive measures to develop clean energy and tackle climate change. And most of those arguments revolve around that other behemoth-of-a-superpower: China. We can practically roll the stats off our tongues: China’s now the #1 emitter of greenhouse gases. China is …