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 Article March 1, 2023 In the Fight for Clean Water, Industry Spreads Disinformation Some lawmakers and their industry supporters are spreading clean water myths. Here are the facts. Press Release December 30, 2022 EPA Finalizes Rule Protecting ‘Waters of the United States’ Supreme Court overreach may weaken EPA’s science-based rule Update November 18, 2022 How the 2022 Election Results Will Make the Courts Better Over the last two years, the Biden administration has made real progress in rebalancing the courts and getting more diverse and experienced judges confirmed in the Senate. That should continue as the Senate remains in Democratic hands. feature October 3, 2022 In Sackett v. EPA, the U.S. Supreme Court Could Decide What Waters and Wetlands the Clean Water Act Protects A decision is likely in early 2023. Press Release October 3, 2022 The Supreme Court Will Decide the Future of Clean Water for Generations Polluters' legal challenge aims to maximize profits at the expense of the health of communities and our environment Update October 3, 2022 Sackett v. EPA: Health of American Waters Hangs in the Balance A Supreme Court case could reaffirm longstanding protections for U.S. wetlands, or dangerously expose them to pollution. Press Release September 30, 2022 The Fate of the Clean Water Act is in the Supreme Court’s Hands More than ever, we need to protect our water and justice for our planet and its people Article September 27, 2022 The Supreme Court’s Rightward Turn Won’t Stop Us From Using the Law for Progress Earthjustice’s director of strategic legal advocacy reflects on the courts’ conservative shift and what’s really at stake in Sackett v. EPA. Press Release September 1, 2022 Earthjustice Statement on President Biden’s Speech on American Democracy Speech underscores the need for an all of government approach to protecting our democratic institutions and our fundamental rights Article July 6, 2022 What Does West Virginia v. EPA Mean for Climate Action? The EPA still has authority to reduce climate pollution from power plants, even after the Supreme Court’s decision. Here’s what the Biden administration should do next. Press Release June 30, 2022 Supreme Court Rolls Back EPA Authority to Fight Climate Change Ruling could have far-reaching impacts on federal government power Press Release June 30, 2022 Corte Suprema Debilita Autoridad de la EPA Para Combatir el Cambio Climático El fallo podría tener impactos de gran alcance en el poder del gobierno federal Update June 30, 2022 Supreme Court Uses Made-Up Doctrine to Limit Climate Regulations West Virginia v. EPA gives judges broad power to strike down policies that are “too big“ — whatever that means. Press Release June 24, 2022 Earthjustice Statement on Dobbs Decision The Supreme Court eliminates a 50-year old constitutional right that safeguards legal abortions in devastating Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization decision Press Release June 24, 2022 Declaración de Earthjustice Sobre La Anulación del Derecho Constitucional Al Aborto Legal La Corte Suprema elimina un derecho constitucional de 50 años que salvaguardaba la libertad de las mujeres en la devastadora decisión Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization. Press Release June 23, 2022 Earthjustice Statement on Supreme Court’s Bruen Decision The Supreme Court's conservative majority expands gun access and aggressively changes established law Press Release June 23, 2022 Declaración de Earthjustice Sobre Fallo de la Corte Suprema Respecto al Porte de Armas La mayoría conservadora de la Corte Suprema amplía el acceso a las armas y cambia radicalmente una ley establecida Press Release June 13, 2022 Ahead of the West Virginia v. EPA Decision, Five Leading Environmental Organizations Urge the Senate to Discharge and Swiftly Confirm Judicial Nominees Nancy Abudu and Dale Ho Both nominations received tied votes in the Senate Judiciary Committee, thus needing to be discharged in order to move forward.