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 Document March 6, 2020 Agriculture Climate Waterfall: Emission Reductions Through Climate-Friendly Practices Widespread adoption of climate-friendly practices on relevant applicable lands in the United States can achieve net-zero emissions Document January 14, 2020 A Path Towards Climate-Friendly Agriculture Ten climate-friendly practices and their projected impact on emission reductions if adopted on applicable land areas nationally. Document January 14, 2020 Agriculture and Climate Instability in New York Challenges, solutions, and the path forward Article January 9, 2019 The Storm Moved on, But North Carolina’s Hog Waste Didn’t Earthjustice and our partners are working to prevent future hog waste floods in the area hit hardest by Hurricane Florence. From the Experts January 8, 2019 Climate Action Is a Secret Winner in the 2018 Farm Bill The 2018 Farm Bill is surprisingly climate-conscious. From the Experts December 13, 2018 Renewable Fuels — When a Promising Climate Solution Becomes a Climate Threat It is time to ensure that only land with minimal climate and environmental impacts is used to grow biofuel crops. Article December 13, 2018 A Stench That Sickens, and an EPA That Doesn’t Care The public can comment through Dec. 14 on an EPA rule that would shield thousands of livestock facilities from reporting toxic emissions. Article December 11, 2018 The FDA Dumps Its Recipe for Disaster The agency finally nixed its approval of several cancer-causing food additives after years of advocacy and an Earthjustice lawsuit. Article November 16, 2018 A Just Way to Put Food on the Table From banning toxic nerve agent pesticides to protecting our farmworkers, Earthjustice remains committed to remaking our food system into one that nourishes and sustains life for all of us. Article May 15, 2018 The House Farm Bill is Really a Harm Bill The bill on which representatives will vote this week is a disaster not only for our wildlife, but also for a nation that needs to be fed. Article May 11, 2018 Una receta para el desastre Por años hemos sabido de siete aditivos en nuestra comida que causan cáncer, pero la FDA se niega a prohibirlos. Article: Victory April 25, 2018 Court Rules Mega-Dairies Can’t Keep Spreading Mega Waste in Secret The New York Supreme Court sided with environmental groups, telling the state to revise a permit that has allowed huge industrial dairies to spread tons of manure onto nearby land without adequate safeguards. Article February 6, 2018 Counting Calories? New Lawsuit Will Make Restaurants Show You the Stats Earthjustice goes to court over Trump’s illegal delay on nutrition labels. Article January 29, 2018 How One Tweak to New York’s Tax Code Could Save Forests, Cut Emissions and Help Rural Communities New York State has an opportunity to show how climate change can be fought through agriculture by incentivizing farmers and forest owners to sustainably manage trees that sequester CO2. Article November 1, 2017 A New Crop of Ideas for Fighting Climate Change Agriculture can be a force for environmental health. Here's how. Article June 6, 2017 The Major Food Waste Problem You Haven't Heard About America wastes millions of acres of land through inefficient food production. Article June 1, 2017 FDA Allows Secret, Untested Chemicals into Our Food Earthjustice has filed a lawsuit challenging a rule that allows thousands of novel, untested chemicals to be used as food additives without FDA review. Article April 18, 2017 Food 2.0: Working Toward Greater Efficiency in Agriculture A new vision for agriculture would eliminate wasteful land use and make carbon sequestration an agricultural product.