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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.

The U.S. Supreme Court building in Washington, D.C. (Matt Roth for Earthjustice)
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.

Document January 13, 2022

SCOTUS OSHA Decision

The Supreme Court ruled to stop the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s vaccine-or-mask-and-test rule from going into effect.

Press Release January 13, 2022

Earthjustice Statement on Supreme Court Blocking Biden Employer Vaccine Mandate

Court setting dangerous precedent

Press Release June 3, 2021

Poll: Swing District Represented by Rep. O’Halleran Rate Climate Provisions of Infrastructure Plan Highly

Proposal builds bridges across party lines in Arizona’s 1st Congressional District

E-commerce warehouses are inflicting "slow violence" on California's Inland Empire, says Anthony Victoria-Midence, a longtime local environmental voice.
(Hannah Rothstein for Earthjustice)
Article May 24, 2021

What It’s Like to Be Boxed In By Amazon

As online shopping booms, warehouse workers and communities near internet retail logistics centers are demanding solutions to protect their health and environment.

Press Release April 29, 2021

Earthjustice Statement on Growing Global COVID-19 Crisis

Western nations should do more to help developing countries struggling to contain pandemic

In the News: The Guardian April 15, 2021

Amazon’s warehouse boom linked to health hazards in America’s most polluted region

Adrian Martinez, Attorney, California Regional Office, Earthjustice: “We have an immensely profitable industry that’s become even more profitable during the pandemic, and now environmental and community groups and regulators are saying it’s time to clean up your pollution and stop making us suffer from it.”

In the News: Wired April 12, 2021

Pandemic Lockdowns Did Cut Air Pollution — but With a Catch

Cyndhia Ramatchandirane, Staff Scientist, Fossil Fuels Program, Earthjustice: “The pandemic slowed some things down, but business as usual is still kind of happening. Facilities are still operating. Many communities, especially communities of color and low-income communities, continued to be impacted by emissions from fossil fuels and petrochemical facilities.”

Press Release March 19, 2021

Empresa Privada de Prisiones Envenenó A Inmigrantes En Adelanto Durante Una Década

GEO Group afirma que el uso del pesticida HDQ Neutral era adecuado para ‘instalaciones con animales’

Press Release March 17, 2021

Earthjustice Condemns Rising Anti-Asian Violence and Hate Crimes

Urgent action is needed at all levels of government

Press Release March 10, 2021

Earthjustice Applauds the Passage of COVID-19 Relief Bill

Relief package will send communities much needed assistance and environmental justice grants

A worker distributes orange juice in Brooklyn on April 14, 2020. The coronavirus crisis is increasing food insecurity across the country.
(Scott Heins / Getty Images)
Article February 10, 2021

Justice During COVID and Climate Change

As the impacts worsen from the coronavirus pandemic and climate change, longstanding injustices continue to put corporate profits over the benefit of all people. There is a more just path forward.

feature February 8, 2021

Meet the Community that Stopped an Environmental Power Grab by the Trump Administration

After decades of pollution, a community that faced unprecedented actions by the Trump DOJ claims victory for their health and environment.

Joe Biden is sworn in as the 46th president of the United States during the 59th Presidential Inauguration at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2021.
(AP Photo / Andrew Harnik, Pool)
Press Release January 20, 2021

Earthjustice Congratulates Joe Biden and Kamala Harris As Our Country Enters a New Administration

Today heralds a new era in our nation

Joe Biden rinde juramento como el 46to presidente de los Estados Unidos durante la 59ª inauguración presidencial en el Capitolio de los Estados Unidos en Washington, DC, el miércoles 20 de enero de 2021.
(AP Photo / Andrew Harnik, Pool)
Press Release January 20, 2021

Earthjustice Felicita A Joe Biden Y Kamala Harris En Su Ceremonia de Juramentación

Hoy inicia una nueva era en nuestra nación

In the News: Grist January 13, 2021

In the shadow of Amazon, resistance takes root in San Bernardino

Yasmine Agelidis, Attorney, California Office, Earthjustice: “The pandemic has created this boom in retail that’s just made it a lot worse, and this impact is particularly felt by black and brown communities who are also being hit the hardest by COVID-19. This case — it’s fundamentally about human health, and it’s really about protecting people…

feature December 16, 2020

Una Historia Colectiva Arraigada en la Justicia

Es hora de escribir una historia nueva y detallada sobre el movimiento ambiental—una que se enfoque en la justicia e igualdad.