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May 4, 2022 | Legal Document

RISE St. James et al v US EPA (May 2022)

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) said in court filings this week it will review loopholes in the national air toxics standards covering petroleum refineries and ethylene production sources, also known as ethane crackers. Rather than ensuring facilities prevent emissions related to foreseeable incidents like storms, loss of power, or severe weather, loopholes allow refineries and petrochemical plants to release uncontrolled cancer-causing air pollution by simply claiming a malfunction.

May 4, 2022 | Letter

Uhlmann Letter of Support

National environmental groups urge Senator Schumer to schedule confirmation votes as soon as possible for Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) nominees Dr. Carlton Waterhouse and Professor David Uhlmann. These highly qualified nominees have the broad support of environmental and environmental justice organizations as well as former EPA officials.

May 3, 2022 | Job Post

Associate Attorney, Clean Energy

The Clean Energy Program at Earthjustice seeks applications for an Associate Attorney to join our team of lawyers and advocates who are working to advance a just and equitable clean energy transformation. The position will be based preferably in our Washington, D.C., San Francisco or Philadelphia offices, although applicants seeking to work in other locations where Earthjustice has an office will also be considered.

May 3, 2022 | From the Experts

Inside the 'Climate Test'

Challenging the suspect math that lets fossil-fuel companies off the hook for locking in greenhouse gas emissions

May 2, 2022 | Job Post

Senior Attorney, Oceans

Earthjustice is hiring a Senior Attorney to join the Oceans Program in Seattle, WA or remote (US).

May 2, 2022

Ashley Ingram

Ashley Ingram is an associate attorney with the Sustainable Food and Farming Program, and is based in New York. Before joining Earthjustice, Ashley spent three years representing New York City tenants in eviction defense proceedings. Ashley received her law degree from Yale Law School in 2018. As a law student, she participated in the Environmental Protection Clinic and the Veterans Legal Services Clinic. Prior to law school, Ashley was an Americorps volunteer working on anti-hunger initiatives, including increasing SNAP enrollment and building community gardens.

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