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January 29, 2018

Hetty Chin

Hetty Chin is a Web Associate. She is based in San Francisco.

January 29, 2018

Bryan Pangilinan

Bryan Pangilinan is the Director of Foundation Relations. He is based in San Francisco.

January 26, 2018 | Legal Document

EW Brown Citizen Suit Circuit Court Appeal

Notice is hereby given that Kentucky Waterways Alliance and Sierra Club, hereby appeal to the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit from the final judgment entered in this action on the 28th day of December, 2017.

January 25, 2018 | Blog Post

Trump puede redoblar su ofensiva en el 2018. Nosotros también.

Durante 2017, la administración Trump y sus colaboradores en el Congreso dejaron en claro su principal intensión: atacar la salud y el bienestar del público para beneficiar a grupos de interés privado.

Pero en el frente ambiental detuvimos muchos de estos esfuerzos; logramos victorias en tribunales, ganamos luchas en el Congreso y nos fortalecimos ampliando coaliciones y nuestro personal. Para mantener la ascendente carga de casos, Earthjustice agregó litigantes y defensores de todo el país. Con tu ayuda, crecimos un 30 por ciento en tan solo un año.

January 24, 2018 | Feature

Faces of the Fight

An unstoppable movement of people are facing down traditionally powerful polluters and their political allies who seek to block our progress to 100% renewable energy. Here are a few of their stories.

January 24, 2018 | Blog Post

How Two Women Teamed Up to Take on the Chemical Industry—and Won

In the early 2000s, scientist Arlene Blum set out on a quest to reduce the amount of flame retardants in homes across America. 

Research showed that these chemicals—found in many consumer products—are harmful to people and don’t protect us against most household fires. Armed with science, Blum rallied others to her side. But she was up against a powerful chemical industry willing to play dirty and spend millions to stop her. And she lost every time she tried to get flame retardants out of furniture—a common source of the chemicals.


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