Library Search More Search Options Looking for more? Visit Career Opportunities to join our team at Earthjustice Visit Action Alerts for ways to get involved and take action Visit Our Team to meet Earthjustice's senior leadership and program staff Press Release: Victory December 1, 2023 Court Rejects Anti-Renewables Challenge to PJM Rule Decision bolsters competition, state-backed clean power investments Press Release November 30, 2023 EPA Announces Mandate to Replace All Lead Pipes Within 10 Years Updated Lead and Copper Rule will finally require removal of lead service lines that deliver drinking water to almost 22 million people in the U.S. Press Release November 29, 2023 ElectrifyNY Coalition, Lawmakers, and Environmental Justice Advocates Launch Campaign in Support of the Clean Deliveries Act The pivotal bill provides advancements in public health and clean air, prevents corporations from clustering mega-warehouses in low-income communities of color, and advances New York’s climate mandates feature November 29, 2023 Zero to 100 We are running out of time to avoid climate catastrophe. It’s time to go Zero to 100. Press Release: Victory November 27, 2023 Montana Supreme Court Rules Department of Environmental Quality Failed to Protect Water Near Rosebud Coal Mine Court order vacates expansion of Rosebud’s Area B mining permit Press Release: Victory November 29, 2023 Wolverine Receives Much-Needed Endangered Species Act Protections Fish and Wildlife Service to list species as threatened following decades of litigation Article: Victory November 29, 2023 Wolverines Gain Legal Protections to Ward off Extinction The announcement comes after decades of litigation and public calls to save wolverines from development and climate change. Article November 21, 2023 A Cold Alaska City Has Become a Heat Pump Hub The ‘electrify everything’ movement is taking off in Juneau, Alaska. feature November 2, 2023 Inside EPA’s Roadmap on Regulating PFAS Chemicals Toxic “forever chemicals” remain laxly regulated. Press Release August 15, 2023 35 Climate, Clean Energy and Labor Organizations Launch “Made By US” Clean Energy Storytelling Campaign Joint campaign will educate Americans on successes of the Inflation Reduction Act by uplifting real stories highlighting benefits Press Release November 22, 2023 Earthjustice Statement: NY Governor Hochul Vetoes Community Gardens Protection Bill New York’s community gardens continue to lack legal protections, despite the benefits they provide to communities Press Release October 31, 2023 Groups Challenge State of Alaska Over Flawed Mine Water Permit Regional groups seek tougher standards to protect Chilkat Watershed from Palmer Project wastewater Press Release September 20, 2023 Michael R. Bloomberg Doubles Down with Additional $500M to Help End Fossil Fuels and Usher in a New Era of Clean Energy in the United States Beyond Carbon campaign will continue to work towards shuttering all remaining U.S. coal plants, quadrupling the amount of clean energy on the grid, and halving gas use by 2030 From the Experts August 28, 2023 How Maui’s Wildfire Sparked a Disaster Capitalist Power Grab for Hawaiʻi’s Public Water The battle over fresh water resources on the Hawaiian Islands is as old as the colonialist mindset that fuels it. feature August 7, 2023 Northern Rockies Highlights of how Earthjustice’s Northern Rockies office has leveraged the power of partnership and the law to defend communities, sacred lands and wildlife, and clean air and water. Press Release August 21, 2023 State of Alaska Upholds Weak Mining Wastewater Permit While Requiring Additional Safeguards for Water Quality in the Chilkat River Watershed In a partial win for the Chilkat Indian Village, salmon and conservation groups, additional water quality analysis is now required to safeguard against mining Article October 17, 2023 The Time Is Right For Electric School Buses Electric buses save kids’ lungs and save school districts money. Update May 25, 2023 Supreme Court Catastrophically Undermines Clean Water Protections Sackett v. EPA threatens more than half of the 118 million acres of wetlands in the United States. Here’s what we can do now to fight for clean water.