The Latest by Rebecca Cohen

Managing Editor

Based in Seattle, Rebecca Cohen is the managing editor at Earthjustice

Sunsetting on landscape with tree in foreground.
April 27, 2023

A Monumental Win for Birds, Butterflies, and Other Imperiled Wildlife

A legal victory means Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument will remain protected from destructive commercial logging.

A totem pole on display during the Spirit of the Waters totem pole journey in Portland, Oregon, on May 10, 2022.
May 23, 2022

Tribal Members Use Totem Poles to Raise Alarm on Salmon Extinction

Snake River dams are harming salmon, orcas, and tribal communities. A solution can’t wait.

Coming soon to a backyard near you: This cicada and billions of his closest friends.
May 3, 2021

Is Climate Change Confusing the Cicadas?

You might hear their chorus on a different schedule as the planet heats up.

Fracking on BLM land on Roan Plateau in Colorado
January 23, 2018

The Trump Administration Wants to Roll Back Fracking Standards, So We’re Going to Court

Earthjustice and our clients are pushing for more protection for those who live near fracking operations.

EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt has barred scientists who receive EPA funding for their research from sitting on key scientific advisory boards.
December 21, 2017

We’re Suing to Stop a New Kind of Pollution: ‘Alternative Facts’

Earthjustice filed suit today to stop EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt from replacing science advisers with industry shills.