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 What’s the state of smog pollution where you live? Search by county to see the level of smog pollution in the air. Smog can trigger asthma attacks and increase the risk of heart and lung diseases. feature November 29, 2023 What’s the state of soot pollution where you live? Search by county to see the level of soot pollution in the air. Soot causes death and serious health harms. Press Release January 19, 2017 EPA Proposes Long-Overdue Rule To Clean Up the Largest Air Polluter in Nebraska National parks, wilderness areas, and public health to benefit from lower emissions from Gerald Gentleman coal plant feature August 4, 2021 Organophosphate Pesticides in the United States Find out what foods have high residues of these pesticide, where they are used, and how we are exposed. Press Release June 30, 2023 Earthjustice Statement on U.S. Supreme Court’s Student Loan Debt Ruling The program aimed to provide student loan forgiveness to address the financial harms caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Press Release June 30, 2023 Declaración de Earthjustice Sobre el Rechazo del Perdón de Deuda Estudiantil Por Parte de la Corte Suprema El programa tenía como objetivo proporcionar la condonación de préstamos estudiantiles para enfrentar los daños financieros causados por la pandemia de COVID-19. feature June 21, 2023 Wetlands Most in Danger After the U.S. Supreme Court’s Sackett v. EPA Ruling See where wetlands are most at risk and where wetlands have the strongest protections from the law Update April 18, 2023 New Ruling Weakens Protections for Waterways in Nearly Half of Nation’s States A North Dakota judge blocked the Biden administration’s “Waters of the United States” rule in 24 states, putting our nation’s clean wetlands, rivers, streams, and drinking water jeopardy. feature April 14, 2023 Florida & Puerto Rico What happens in Florida and Puerto Rico informs climate, energy, and environmental policy across the country. Press Release April 12, 2023 ND Judge Blocks Current Clean Water Protections in 24 States Judge adopts unsupported claim by states intent on dismantling the Clean Water Act Article February 23, 2023 Remembering Owen Olpin The former Earthjustice board member helped shape our organization’s culture with a mix of high intellectual standards, respect and humor. Article April 29, 2016 Five (True!) Tall Tales About Trees This Arbor Day, we’re celebrating the holiday with five fun facts about trees, along with a list of the various ways that Earthjustice is working to save these invaluable organisms. staff September 27, 2021 Thien Chau Thien Chau is an associate attorney with the Community Partnerships program. feature August 4, 2021 Chlorethoxyfos in the United States: Harmful Health Effects and Widespread Use Chlorethoxyfos is one of the most dangerous, widely used organophosphate pesticides that still remain in use in the United States. feature August 4, 2021 Phosmet in the United States: Harmful Health Effects and Widespread Use Phosmet is one of the most dangerous, widely used organophosphate pesticides that still remain in use in the United States. feature August 3, 2021 Phorate in the United States: Harmful Health Effects and Widespread Use Phorate is one of the most dangerous, widely used organophosphate pesticides that still remain in use in the United States. Press Release February 7, 2018 New Industry Data Confirms Toxics are Polluting Groundwater at Coal Ash Dumps EPA’s coal ash rule requires utilities to test groundwater — initial results are alarming Article: Victory September 28, 2017 Earthjustice wins 16-year-long battle to protect 50 million acres of forests Latest court ruling upholds Roadless Rule protections for almost 50 million acres of wild lands.