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 feature November 29, 2023 Breathing in Danger Mapping soot and smog pollution in the United States 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 From the Experts December 4, 2023 Chamber of Commerce’s Dubious Analysis of Clean Air Rules Is Wrong When polluters have said these things in the past, they were also wrong. feature November 2, 2023 Inside EPA’s Roadmap on Regulating PFAS Chemicals Toxic “forever chemicals” remain laxly regulated. Press Release November 1, 2023 Climate and Consumer Organizations Call on Con Edison to Leave American Gas Association over Health Disinformation, Climate Fights Pressure is increasing for utilities to leave AGA as new reporting details decades of disinformation about health risks of gas stoves Article December 6, 2023 Keeping the Wolverine Wild in a Climate Crisis New federal protections secured through Earthjustice litigation will help ensure that wolverines, a snow-dependent species, can survive a warming world. Press Release September 12, 2023 Biden Administration Working Group Recommendations Offer First Step to Protect Communities, Environment from Destructive Mining Administration, Congress should strengthen regulations, reform outdated mining laws Press Release September 27, 2023 Plaintiffs in Columbia-Snake Litigation Applaud the Biden Administration’s Resolve to Restore Snake River Salmon Presidential Memorandum directs federal agencies to restore healthy and abundant salmon populations across the Columbia River Basin feature October 13, 2023 How Dirty Hydrogen Projects Threaten Our Climate and Health What you need to know about hydrogen, and how Big Oil and Gas is hyping it up to delay our transition to a clean future. Press Release October 5, 2023 Earthjustice Condemns Biden Administration’s Waiver of Laws to Build Border Wall The administration will waive 26 laws — including bedrock environmental protections — to facilitate its rapid construction Press Release September 25, 2023 Court Rejects Polluters’ Requests to Block EPA’s Good Neighbor Rule Reductions in cross-state smog-forming emissions will go forward Press Release August 21, 2023 More than 150,000 people called on Biden Administration to Fully Restore Endangered Species Act Public comment period concludes for proposed rulemakings on how Fish and Wildlife Service and National Marine Fisheries Service protect species and habitats Press Release July 21, 2023 FDA Allows Ongoing Use of Toxic Chemicals that Leach into Food and Drinks The agency’s decision leaves people, especially Black and Latino, exposed to hormone-disrupting chemicals linked to birth defects, infertility, and harm to brain development Press Release September 29, 2023 Earthjustice Responds to Biden Administration’s Final Five-Year Offshore Oil-and-Gas Leasing Program The plan is considerably slimmed down from original proposal but still offers up the Gulf to oil and gas industry Press Release August 22, 2023 Advocates Declare ‘No More Delay,’ Sue EPA for Stalled Lead Wheel Weight Regulation Millions of pounds of lead wheel weights contaminate the environment, exposing people to a highly toxic heavy metal Article August 16, 2023 Where a Logging Camp Once Stood, a Center for Healing Takes Root In Kake, Alaska, protecting a temperate rainforest means protecting a way of life. Press Release September 18, 2023 Health and Environmental Justice Advocates Sue EPA to Force Action on Overdue Toxic Chemical Reviews EPA missed its deadlines to evaluate twenty-two toxic chemicals under the Toxic Substances Control Act feature August 14, 2023 ‘Do Your Job, EPA’: Stories From the Frontlines of Coal Ash By law, before government regulations are adopted or changed, agencies must ask the public — you — to weigh in.