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February 20, 2018 | Job Post

Staff Attorney, Clean Energy Florida

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Earthjustice is seeking an experienced Staff Attorney to join its Florida Regional Office with a focus on clean energy work.  The attorney will litigate before the Florida Public Service Commission and in the courts to ensure reforms that support a transition to clean, affordable, and reliable energy infrastructure, and that avoid unreasonable subsidization of coal-fired generation.  

February 20, 2018 | Blog Post

Trump Administration Mutes Your Feedback on Offshore Drilling Plan

The Trump administration is doing away with any pretense of listening to the public on its plans to expand offshore drilling. The government must solicit public input, so the administration has set up “meetings” in coastal states. But there are no microphones. There are no stenographers. There are no government officials listening intently to gauge public sentiment.

Instead, there are only rows of computers. Bulky laptop computers with outdated Windows operating systems, looking as if they had been recovered from time capsules marking an era that predates cellphones.

February 20, 2018

Aislinn Sterling

Aislinn Sterling is a Major Gifts Data Assistant. She is based in San Francisco.

Prior to joining Earthjustice, Aislinn was with Kids for the Bay where she worked as a Program Manager and Educator for three and half years and taught thousands of Bay Area students about environmental issues. She also worked as a naturalist at the Aquarium of the Bay, and as a behavioral instructor for children with autism at FirstSteps for Kids, Inc. Aislinn grew up in the Bay area and graduated from UC Santa Cruz with a B.A. in Pre- and Early Modern Literature.

February 18, 2018 | In the News: The Hill

Trump’s National Monument Rollbacks Take Effect

Heidi McIntosh, Managing Attorney, Earthjustice: “The most important immediate change is that the lands will once again be available for mining prospectors to get out on federal public lands and stake mining claims.”

February 16, 2018 | Legal Document

Formaldehyde in Wood Products Decision

Now before the Court are the motion for summary judgment filed by Plaintiffs Sierra Club and A Community Voice-Louisiana (“Plaintiffs”) and the cross-motion for summary judgment filed by Defendant Scott Pruit, in his official capacity as the Administrator of the United States Environmental Protection Agency (“EPA”). This action addresses whether the EPA’s most recent year-long delay in implementation of formaldehyde emission standards exceeds its statutory authority under the Formaldehyde Standards in Composite Wood Products Act. See 15 U.S.C. §2697 (the “Formaldehyde Act” or the “Act”).

February 16, 2018 | Blog Post

We Asked Your Child’s Favorite Dinosaur Expert Why Grand Staircase Is Worth Defending

When paleontologist Scott Sampson enters Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument in Utah, he is time-travelling back to the Age of Dinosaurs. He shares with readers what could be lost if courts allow President Trump’s gutting of the monument to stand.

What led you to paleontology and to your work in Grand Staircase-Escalante?

Like most kids, I had a huge passion for dinosaurs at age 4. Unlike most kids, I maintained that passion into adulthood. Some people have told me I just never grew up.


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