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Document June 7, 2023

Appendix A to Order: Approving Clean Energy Implementation Plan – Puget Sound Energy

Before the Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission

Document June 7, 2023

Order: Approving Clean Energy Implementation Plan – Puget Sound Energy

Before the Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission

Press Release June 6, 2023

Earthjustice Statement: New York Senate Advances the NY HEAT Act

New York Senate takes step forward to save money for New Yorkers and fight the climate crisis; Assembly urged to follow suit

From the Experts May 31, 2023

Lo Que Usted Necesita Saber Sobre El Techo De La Deuda Y Sus Impactos En La Economía Y El Medio Ambiente

Los republicanos de la cámara baja negociaron un acuerdo peligroso para desmantelar las leyes ambientales y silenciar a las comunidades.

Storm clouds pass over the U.S. Capitol building in Washington, D.C. (Architect of the Capitol)
From the Experts May 31, 2023

What You Need to Know About the Debt Ceiling and Its Impacts on the Economy and the Environment

House Republicans brokered a dangerous deal to gut environmental laws and silence communities.

Press Release: Victory May 30, 2023

Colorado Public Utilities Commission Adopts Ambitious Building Electrification and Energy Efficiency Targets for Xcel Energy

The investment will reduce natural gas usage by 2 million dekatherms over three years

(Architect of the Capitol)
Press Release May 29, 2023

Debt Ceiling Deal a Slap in the Face to Environmental Justice Communities

Earthjustice slams Republican leaders for holding country’s economy hostage

Container ships are seen docked at the Port of Oakland in Oakland, California. (Justin Sullivan / Getty Images)
Article May 24, 2023

How a Bay Area Community is Fighting Port Pollution

The Port of Oakland wants to widen its basins, bringing more megaships — and more pollution — to an already overburdened community.

Press Release May 23, 2023

Earthjustice Slams Republican Negotiations on the Debt Limit

“Discussions on the debt limit should be only about the debt limit.”

Press Release May 19, 2023

Earthjustice Praises Reintroduction of Mining Reform Legislation, Hails It as Necessary Step for Securing Sustainable Clean Energy Supply Chains

“Transition minerals will help power our shift to clean energy, but current mining laws and regulations fail to protect the communities, sacred sites, and water resources most impacted by mining practices.”

(Samantha Lee / Earthjustice)
Article May 19, 2023

How’s the Biden Administration Doing on the Climate Crisis?

Earthjustice’s attorneys and policy experts rated the administration’s progress.

Induction stoves offer quicker, hotter cooking experiences with no side of gas pollution. (Halfpoint Images / Getty Images)
From the Experts May 18, 2023

It’s Time for Governor Moore to Go Big on Climate Action

Maryland has proposed history-making legislation that could make the state a leader in climate action

Electric transit bus charging station, West Side Highway, New York City.
(Marc A. Hermann / MTA)
From the Experts May 17, 2023

New York’s Green Transit, Green Jobs Bill is the Blueprint for Transportation Electrification

New legislation would facilitate the transition to zero-emissions buses while creating high-paying union jobs.

In the News: Empire State of Carbon May 12, 2023

We Just Won Climate!

Liz Moran from Earthjustice joins John and Juan-Pablo to break down the All-Electric Building Act, Build Public Renewables Act, and Cap & Invest Fund policies, and the awesome coalitions who won them.

The former Crist Power Plant near Pensacola, Florida, in 2022. (Art Wager / Getty Images)
Update May 11, 2023

Why Carbon Pollution Standards for Power Plants Matter

The EPA has announced new carbon pollution standards for power plants. Here’s what’s at stake.

Empire State Building and Manhattan skyline, New York City. (Matteo Colombo / Getty Images)
Update May 5, 2023

These Four States Just Got a Lot Closer to a Zero-Emissions Future

We’re celebrating big clean energy victories in California, Maryland, Colorado, and New York.

Press Release May 5, 2023

NY State Legislators and Climate Advocates Celebrate Passage of First-in-the-Nation State Law Ending Fossil Fuel Use in New Buildings

The people-powered climate movement prevails against the fossil fuel industry with New York becoming the first state to end fossil fuels in new construction by law

An electric hybrid heavy duty truck, used to move freight at the Port of Long Beach in California, is plugged in to charge. (Dennis Schroeder / NREL)
From the Experts May 4, 2023

Electrifying Washington’s freight trucks will protect our climate and our health

The Washington State Legislature set aside $120 million to address emissions from freight transportation by electrifying trucks and buses