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November 12, 2014 | Article

Enduring the Shifting Winds of Politics

The new pro-industry Congress is already gearing up to weaken environmental safeguards. Earthjustice has been here before—and we’re ready for the fight.

October 18, 2013 | Article

Supreme Court Preserves Victory Over Oil/Gas Development

It is rewarding to successfully wrap-up a case. This can be especially true when our work protects special places, preserving them for future generations. It is a pleasure to be able to point at a map and say, “Those are the places that were saved.”

May 10, 2013 | Article

Drillers Make a Play for Thompson Divide

There is no dispute that the Thompson Divide—a 220,000-acre forested wildland in western Colorado—is a special place. It comprises some of the most valuable and diverse mid-elevation forested landscapes in Colorado and includes the headwaters of streams that sustain the Crystal, Roaring Fork and North Fork valleys.

April 9, 2013 | Article

Confirming a New Boss at EPA

Ms. McCarthy will be a vital player in the effort to protect our families and environment. It is critical that the Senate move quickly to confirm her.

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