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December 10, 2018 | Legal Document

New Source Construction and Part 70 Operating Permit Joint Comments

Southwestern Indiana Citizens for Quality of Life, Valley Watch, Sierra Club, Citizens Action Coalition, and Earthjustice submit the following comments regarding the draft New Source Construction and Part 70 Operating Permit published by the Indiana Department of Environmental Management for Riverview Energy Corporation’s proposed direct coal hydrogenation plant in Dale, Spencer County, Indiana.

December 10, 2018

Linda Rogers

Linda Rogers is the Marketing Director. She is based in the Los Angeles location of the California regional office.

December 10, 2018

Andrea Folds

Andrea “Danny” Folds serves as Earthjustice’s oceans lobbyist and contributes to the overall work of the Lands, Wildlife, and Oceans team in our Washington, D.C. office. Before joining us in D.C., Danny served as a law clerk at Centro de los Derechos del Migrante in Mexico City and as a legal intern at Friends of the Earth in Montreal, focusing on the human and animal health impacts of pesticides.

December 10, 2018 | Video

Earthjustice: 30 Years in Hawaiʻi

In 2018, we celebrated, alongside clients and partners, three decades of fighting to defend what makes Hawaiʻi special.

December 10, 2018

Lauren Williams

Lauren Williams is an Executive Assistant based out of Washington, DC.

Lauren has extensive experience as an executive assistant in the private sector, with government, and in the nonprofit space. Prior to Earthjustice, Lauren worked with Bombardier, where she served as the executive assistant to the Vice President of Government Affairs. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Criminology and a Master’s in Administration of Justice and Security, and is pursuing her second Master’s degree (in Paralegal Studies) at George Washington University.

December 7, 2018 | Blog Post

Canada As Ugly Neighbor: Mines in B.C. Would Devastate Alaskan Tribes

Mining operations in Canada are threatening to destroy the way of life of Southeast Alaskan Tribes who were never consulted about the mines by the governments of Canada or British Columbia.

The Tribes have depended for millennia upon the pristine watersheds of the Taku, Stikine, and Unuk rivers. These waters flow through varied and wild landscapes from British Columbia through Alaska and are teeming with salmon and eulachon.

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