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August 27, 2009 | Video

Stop Mountaintop Removal Mining

Appalachian communities are suffering as a result of mountaintop removal mining. Earthjustice is working through the courts to protect Appalachian communities from this destructive practice and to ensure the Clean Water Act is enforced.

May 22, 2009 | Video

Bison Harassment, Wounded Calf

A video clip shows a baby bison with a broken leg fleeing helicopters and mounted riders. The tragic scene took place in May 2009 on Horse Butte peninsula, as federal and state agents drove park buffalo off spring pastures because of perceived conflict with livestock.

May 20, 2009 | Video

Horse Butte Flyover: Migratory Path of Yellowstone Bison

This short video shows one of the migratory paths that Yellowstone bison take out of the park's western boundaries into the Gallatin National Forest. They end their journey at lower elevation at the Horse Butte peninsula. It is here the first grasses of spring grow and the bison have their calves.

The green and yellow lines mark the Yellowstone National Park and the Gallatin National Forest boundaries, respectively.

May 1, 2009 | Video

What's in Your Household Cleaners?

Sammy the Sponge, Tommi the Toilet Brush, and Gina the Glove give a fun, light-hearted introduction into the issue of household cleaning product ingredient disclosure.

March 24, 2009 | Video

Irreversible, Irreplaceable: Wildlife in a Warming World

The Irreplaceable campaign brings together four distinct groups — from the worlds of art, justice, science, and faith — to highlight the diversity of life we must protect from climate change. As you dive into these photos, be inspired, determined, hopeful. Help us protect these irreplaceable plants and animals.

August 21, 2008 | Video

American Pika

The American pika, which only lives in cold high mountain elevations is threatened by global warming. Watch the video and find out more at http://www.earthjustice.org

October 13, 2006 | Video

Klamath River Fish Kill of 2002

The news started coming in on a late September Saturday in 2002. Hundreds of salmon, maybe thousands of salmon, were floating belly-up in the lower Klamath River. The first emails were tentative, as folks in northern California wrote "we think there's a fish kill going on." By Monday, no one was using the word "think." The count of dead fish was in the thousands and rising; people said you could smell the river way before you could see it—the stench of dead salmon hanging in the hot California air.

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