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video February 21, 2024

To: The Biden Administration. From: Kids

Celia, Cymone, Jonathan, and many other kids from across the United States shared with the Biden administration why they need clean air. On Feb. 7, 2024, the Biden administration answered — with new protections from the deadly air pollutant soot that will prevent nearly a million asthma episodes and save thousands of lives.

Wolverines are at direct risk from climate change because they depend on areas that maintain deep snow through late spring.
(Visceral Image / iStockphoto)
video December 22, 2023

2023: This is what happens when the earth has a good lawyer

Here are just a few of the things that you helped make possible, thanks to your support.

Florida manatees (Trichechus manatus latirostris) at Crystal River, Florida. (Moment Open / Getty Images)
video April 3, 2023

Giving Manatees a Fighting Chance

We’re working to protect manatees from unprecedented mass starvation.

video December 17, 2021

50 Years of Environmental Impact

Behind nearly every environmental win of the past 50 years, you’ll find Earthjustice.

video November 17, 2021

Stop Oil Drilling in the Everglades

Oil drilling in the Florida Everglades threatens water for millions of people, thousands of plants and animals, and the way of life of the Miccosukee Tribe.

video January 19, 2021

Tȟokáta Hé Miyé (My Name Is Future)

Tell President Biden to shut down the Dakota Access Pipeline.

video December 14, 2020

Meet Our Midwest Office

Based in Chicago, the Midwest Regional Office is leading legal fights in the region for healthy families, homes, workplaces, and communities; for protection and preservation of waters, wetlands, wild places and wildlife; for clean air; and for sustainable energy and climate solutions.

video August 24, 2020

Too Wild To Drill: Journey to the Arctic Refuge in Virtual Reality

With a 360° film experience, we bring you to the threatened coastal plain of the Arctic Refuge, an Arctic Gwich’in village, and the epicenter of oil and gas drilling in America’s Arctic.

Walter Echo-Hawk, Pawnee Tribal member.
(Chris Jordan-Bloch / Earthjustice)
video October 14, 2019

Rigged No More

One day, Pawnee Tribal member Walter Echo-Hawk stumbled upon a worrying scene. Next to his home, oil and gas workers were surveying for fracking. The U.S. government had approved 17 oil and gas leases on Pawnee land without consulting or even notifying the Tribal members. This is the story of how that happened, and how the Pawnee Nation fought back.

video October 3, 2019

Reclaiming the Klamath

For the Yurok, the fight to protect the Klamath River and the Tribe’s way of life goes back centuries. The Yurok Tribe turned to the courts for restitution and joined forces with Earthjustice and commercial fishing families to protect the Klamath’s salmon.

video September 17, 2019

The Climate Strikers

Sarah, a high school freshman, is part of a global movement of youth who are demanding change to address the climate crisis. Earthjustice stands in solidarity with young people around the world who fight for climate action.

Dr. Ramiro Ramirez, a plaintiff in a lawsuit to halt construction of the border wall, shares the story of the Hidalgo County, Texas-based Jackson Ranch Church and Cemetery and Eli Jackson Cemetery, which are considered historic landmarks.
video September 16, 2019

We Were Born Here, We’re Going to Die Here: A Family’s Fight Against the Border Wall

Dr. Ramiro Ramirez, a plaintiff in a lawsuit to halt construction of the border wall, shares the story of the Hidalgo County, Texas-based Jackson Ranch Church and Cemetery and Eli Jackson Cemetery, which are considered historic landmarks. U.S. Customs and Border Patrol awarded contracts for 11 miles of border wall that could threaten the chapel and cemeteries in August. Sarah Burt, the Earthjustice litigator working the case, discusses the legal implications.

video September 12, 2019

A Healing Journey: The Nimiipuu Canoe Project

For thousands of years, the Nimiipuu people piloted their canoes along the tumbling waters of the Snake River. But after dams were built and the river choked off, a tradition was lost for over 100 years. Until now.

video June 14, 2019

Real Justice Is Under Threat

Wealthy corporations and powerful special interests are pushing Congress to limit access to the courts.

video June 6, 2019

Battleground: The Fight for Solar

The fossil fuel industry and power companies across the country see the rise of rooftop solar as a threat to their business model. This is the story of how Earthjustice and our partners fought for energy democracy in Nevada.

video April 24, 2019

Chlorpyri-wha? The Toxic Pesticide We All Eat

An animated explainer of the toxic pesticide known as chlorpyrifos, and the legal battle to ban it from our lives.

video March 21, 2019

Inside the Case: The Fight to Ban Chlorpyrifos

On the eve of the Mar. 26 hearing in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, Earthjustice attorney Patti Goldman breaks down Earthjustice's case seeking a ban on chlorpyrifos nationwide.

video March 13, 2019

If You Can Hear My Voice: The Fight to Ban Chlorpyrifos

Claudia Angulo’s son was born with developmental delays after she was exposed to chlorpyrifos during her pregnancy. She's fighting for a ban on the pesticide.