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Document February 26, 2024

The Earthjustice Council: Members and Biographies

Meet the dedicated members of the Earthjustice Council, a national network of volunteers who are passionate about the environment and extend the organization’s mission to wider audiences.

Press Release January 3, 2024

Earthjustice Appoints Three New Trustees to Its Board

Melanie Newman, Greg Avis, and Chris Hensman bring a wealth of expertise, perspective, and foresight to guide Earthjustice’s vision.

page January 3, 2024

The Earthjustice Council

The Earthjustice Council is a national network of dedicated volunteers who are equipped to extend the Earthjustice’s mission to wider audiences.

In the News: E&E News January 2, 2024

Climate in the Courts: Lawyers to watch in 2024

Climate lawyers are gearing up for another monumental year in 2024.

Wolverines are at direct risk from climate change because they depend on areas that maintain deep snow through late spring.
(Visceral Image / iStockphoto)
video December 22, 2023

2023: This is what happens when the earth has a good lawyer

Here are just a few of the things that you helped make possible, thanks to your support.

Earthjustice attorney Yasmine Agelidis speaks at a rally for electric school buses outside the Los Angeles Unified School District headquarters in 2022. (Hannah Benet for Earthjustice)
feature December 20, 2023

2023: An Electrifying Year for Earthjustice

With your support, this year, we made game-changing progress to electrify everything on wheels, from cars and trucks to buses and trains, and more.

(U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service)
feature December 20, 2023

2023: Another Big Year Defending the Arctic

With your support, this year, we kept up the fight to preserve Arctic lands and waters that are critical to the survival of wildlife, culturally important to Indigenous peoples, and serve as vital bulwarks against climate change.

Document December 18, 2023

2023 Annual Report

The Earth has never needed good lawyers more — to strengthen laws, drive solutions in the U.S. and abroad, and block the bad ideas that will hold us back.

A dunlin searches for food among short green grasses in the Western Arctic, in the area close to Lake Teshekpuk. (Kiliii Yuyan for Earthjustice)
feature December 11, 2023

2023: A Year in Earthjustice

Together, we achieved extraordinary wins for the earth and its people. Thank you.

Document November 15, 2023

2023 Audited Financials

Report of independent auditors and financial statements

Article August 24, 2023

Remembering Steve McCarthy

In his 15 years as a trustee, Steve brought energy, curiosity, a love of vigorous debate, and a focus on ultimate goals to Earthjustice’s board.

Document August 14, 2023

Earthjustice Media Kit

Partner with Earthjustice for brand and media storytelling opportunities

Bison are a keystone species, creating a cascade of environmental conditions that benefit countless other wildlife. As bison graze, they prune and encourage growth of native grasses, fertilize the soils, and carve out habitat for smaller creatures. The Northern Rockies office has protected bison and their iconic prairie ecosystem for decades. (Ami Vitale for Earthjustice)
feature August 7, 2023

Northern Rockies

Highlights of how Earthjustice’s Northern Rockies office has leveraged the power of partnership and the law to defend communities, sacred lands and wildlife, and clean air and water.

Press Release July 31, 2023

Earthjustice Appoints Stuart Clarke as Chair of Board of Trustees

Clarke’s wealth of expertise in environmental issues, extensive leadership experience, and vast philanthropic network are essential to furthering Earthjustice’s mission

Document July 27, 2023

Earthjustice’s Strategic Vision for 2023-2026

As we look ahead, Earthjustice will continue to grow, fight, and win — delivering real results for real people with the visionary approach this moment demands.

A manatee swimming in Florida’s Crystal River. In 2021, over a thousand manatees in Florida died and more than half of those deaths were due to lack of their chief food source, sea grass. Sea grasses cannot survive the excessive levels of nitrogen and phosphorus flowing into lagoons from areas such as industrial farms, golf courses, and heavily landscaped developments. (Greg Amptman / Shutterstock)
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 10, 2023

Raúl García, Nuevo Vicepresidente de Política y Legislación para Earthjustice

Raúl es un defensor ambiental apasionado por la justicia, es creativo y hábil, y alguien que necesitamos para enfrentar el cambio climático y defender la justicia ambiental en tiempos actuales