At Earthjustice, we’re more than just lawyers in a courtroom. We go to court for the future of our planet. And we win.
Jill Tauber, Vice President of Litigation for Climate & Energy, Earthjustice: “We are seeing climate progress. We do have important protections in place for clean air and clean water but it is in spite of, not because of, the efforts of his administration.”
Mary O’Hara is a Litigation Assistant II with the Oceans Program based in Seattle, WA.
Jonathan Smith, Attorney, Northeast Office, Earthjustice: “Right now, the facility is operating under pollution standards that are over 20-years-old. The incinerator emits more lead into air than any other incinerator in the country, and is one of the top lead emitters in New Jersey for all types of facilities.”
Ben Locke, Attorney, Coal Program, Earthjustice: “It’s concerning that you have to sue the state agency and take them to court in order to get open records information, that any other person can get by sending a letter and asking for it.”