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Electrical lines in Washington state with Mount Rainier in the background. (Mint Images / Getty Images)
From the Experts May 16, 2024

Greening the Gas System

How utility commission “ratemaking” cases have advanced clean buildings and climate justice in Washington state.

In the News: Orlando Sentinel February 9, 2024

Florida could remove majority of climate change references from state law

Bradley Marshall, Attorney, Florida Office: “It does send a statement that even though we are seeing the impacts of climate change increasing every year in the state — more people being impacted by stronger hurricanes, we’re seeing sea level rise, we’re seeing hotter summers — that we don’t think that is something we should be…

page July 24, 2023

The Hiring Process

Get hired: A guide to Earthjustice’s job application process and tips for success.

page January 8, 2024

Law Clerk Program

Earthjustice welcomes summer law clerks who share a passion for justice and a healthy environment. Only students who are currently enrolled in law school are eligible to apply.

page March 7, 2022

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This Cookie Policy explains Earthjustice’s use of cookies and similar technologies when you visit our website, earthjustice.org. It provides you with information about how and when we use cookies, as well as how to control our use of them.

document May 3, 2023

New Polling on Clean Energy and Permitting Reform

Climate Power, Earthjustice, and Data for Progress conducted a national survey from April 1-2, 2023, of 1,243 likely voters to assess their preferences surrounding permitting reform.

page January 6, 2022

Supporter FAQ

Find resources on using Earthjustice’s online advocacy and donation forms, how to subscribe and unsubscribe, and more.

Press Release December 14, 2022

Legal Complaint: Signal Peak Energy Coal Mine Has Damaged and Destroyed Bull Mountains Water Sources

Groups demand federal agencies enforce laws to protect area and landowners from criminally-convicted corporation

This house stood on the St. Rosalie Plantation grounds until it was torn down in the 1940s.
(The Historic New Orleans Collection)
Article October 14, 2022

An Oil Company Planned to Bulldoze Black History. This Community Fought Back.

A sprawling oil complex could have desecrated the remains of Ironton’s founders and poisoned their living descendants with toxic emissions.

Press Release September 27, 2022

Dirty Permitting Deal Has No Place in Must-Pass Legislation

147 groups send letter to senators opposing inclusion of permitting deal in continuing resolution

The U.S. Supreme Court building in Washington, D.C.
(Daniel Huizinga / CC BY 2.0)
From the Experts March 23, 2022

The Earth Needs Good Judges. Here’s What That Means.

3 questions to ask about any judicial nominee.

page March 7, 2022

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page March 7, 2022

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An oil refinery looms over the west side of Port Arthur, TX.
(Eric Kayne for Earthjustice)
feature April 27, 2018

A Disaster In The Making

A new report documents how people have been left in harm’s way, as the Trump administration attempts to block the Chemical Disaster Rule.

Press Release November 30, 2021

NY Senator Michelle Hinchey Bill Creates First-In-the-Nation Equity and Sustainability Framework for Municipal Food Contracts

Hinchey/Peoples-Stokes bill backed by diverse coalition, would make NY the first state to institute values-based food procurement model that prioritize the environment, local economies, workers, and BIPOC business owners

Press Release April 5, 2023

Southwest Alaska Tribes Sue in Federal Court to Halt the Donlin Gold Mine

The massive proposed open-pit gold mine and its toxic chemicals threaten salmon, human health, and the Tribes’ traditional ways of life

Artworks like these call attention to the health hazards of toxic coal ash.
(Clockwise from top left: Caroline Armijo; Kaitlyn Stancy; Ashley Williams; J Henry Fair)
Article September 9, 2021

10 Artists Moving Us to Take a Stand Against Coal Ash Pollution

Photographers, sculptors, muralists, filmmakers, musicians, and poets are using their art to expose the threat of coal ash and advocate for clean air and drinking water.