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 Update April 12, 2023 The Biden Administration Just Proposed the Strongest Car Pollution Standards Ever Here’s what they’ll do for health and climate. Document August 12, 2022 Coal Leasing Moratorium Ruling A federal judge in Montana District Court has reinstated a moratorium on new coal leasing on public lands. feature October 8, 2021 Defending Bears Ears This national monument — and the more than one hundred others — are part of what make this land great. Press Release: Victory July 16, 2020 Corte Invalida Retroceso de La Administración Trump Sobre Norma del Metano El fallo restablece la Regla de Prevención de Residuos de la administración Obama Article July 8, 2020 Grizzlies ‘Saved His Life’ and Now He Fights To Save Theirs Naturalist and author Doug Peacock talks about why we need to “fight like hell” to save the endangered and iconic Yellowstone grizzlies. Press Release February 4, 2020 Environmental and Public Health Advocates Agree: Trump is the Worst President for Our Environment in History Groups blast administration’s record in advance of State of the Union address Article June 22, 2017 Saving Northern Maine’s Economic Gem : Local business owner Matthew Polstein is fighting the threatened repeal of the Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument because the new monument has already ramped up tourism and bolstered the regional economy. Article January 13, 2017 Thank You, President Obama Though we didn’t always see eye to eye, Earthjustice is forever grateful to the Obama administration for its actions on climate change, farmworker rights and environmental justice. Article January 13, 2017 Love Will Trump Hate on Inauguration Day Join Earthjustice, Planned Parenthood and the ACLU for a star-studded live event airing online during the presidential inauguration. Press Release January 6, 2017 Earthjustice Responds to Obama Administration's Rejection of Harmful Airgun Blasting in the Atlantic Oil and gas exploration activity would have unnecessarily harmed whales and dolphins Article January 6, 2017 Drilling Halted, the Atlantic Still Faces an Offshore Threat from the Oil Industry Because of commercial seismic surveys, hundreds of whales could lose their ability to hunt prey, navigate and communicate with one another. Article: Victory December 21, 2016 Obama Permanently Protects Large Areas of Arctic and Atlantic Oceans from Oil Drilling The president’s far-sighted decision is an historic step forward for our oceans and climate. Press Release: Victory December 19, 2016 Victory for the Arctic and Atlantic Oceans Earthjustice celebrates President Obama’s decision to permanently protect most of the Arctic Ocean and important parts of the Atlantic from offshore drilling Article October 6, 2016 Making History at Standing Rock: Tribes Are Leading Action to Preserve the Planet The Standing Rock Sioux's stand against the Dakota Access Pipeline is a historic moment and one that matters to the climate movement. Article September 13, 2016 Garland Snub Just the Tip of Judicial Obstruction Iceberg The rising number of judicial vacancies supports the view that political obstruction has risen to record levels. Article August 16, 2016 Testing Obama's Climate Commitment In the Utah Desert How the Obama administration responds to a precedent setting proposal for oil shale mining in Utah poses a key test for the president’s climate commitments ratified in Paris last year. Press Release August 2, 2016 The Obama Administration Releases Finalized NEPA Climate Change Guidance Earthjustice issues statement urging Congress to protect this new guidance that improves consistency and efficiency among federal agencies in the fight against climate change Article July 20, 2016 Long-fought Legal Victory for the Arctic as Oil Companies Limp Home The Chukchi Sea is free of oil drilling for the foreseeable future.