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April 23, 2018 | Blog Post

Una compañía de combustibles fósiles quiso instalar una planta de gas en una hermosa playa. Pero falló.

Esta semana, la ciudad de Oxnard, California, fue reconocida por algo más que su producción de fresas. La ciudad costera, ubicada entre las prósperas ciudades de Santa Bárbara y Malibú, cerró el último capítulo de una pelea de cuatro años contra una infundada propuesta para construir una enorme planta de gas natural en su playa. El 22 de marzo, el operador de la red de California finalmente aprobó una alternativa de energía limpia, arrojando el antiguo proyecto de gas al vacío.

April 23, 2018

Elizabeth Hill

Elizabeth Hill is the Director of Planned Gifts located at headquarters in San Francisco.

April 23, 2018

Carissa Lopez

Carissa Lopez is a Development Officer located at headquarters in San Francisco.

April 23, 2018 | Press Release

Millennium Coal Loses Again

Proposed coal export terminal suffers another blow, this time from appellate board

April 20, 2018 | Action Alert

Stop the Salmon Extinction Act

A recent Earthjustice victory boosted vital protections for endangered salmon in the Pacific Northwest, but anti-wildlife lawmakers have already begun pushing legislation that would halt this progress and devastate the salmon’s future.

April 19, 2018 | In the News: Denver Post

Suncor Oil Refinery Spews 8.5 Tons A Year Of Cyanide Gas Over Low-Income North Denver Neighborhoods, State Records Show

Joel Minor, Attorney, Earthjustice: “Everyone who lives near Suncor, as well as Suncor employees, have been breathing hydrogen cyanide. If the state is going to set a limit for hydrogen cyanide, it needs to set a limit that protects public health. We have these laws requiring disclosure for a reason. People do have a right to know what they are breathing.”

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