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From the Experts June 7, 2023

Wyoming Court Decision Helps Provide Access to Over 8 Million Acres of Public Land

Court rules that “corner-crossing” does not constitute trespass.

Document June 7, 2023

Appendix A to Order: Approving Clean Energy Implementation Plan – Puget Sound Energy

Before the Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission

Document June 7, 2023

Order: Approving Clean Energy Implementation Plan – Puget Sound Energy

Before the Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission

Press Release June 7, 2023

As Governor Signs Ozone Bill Into Law, Groups Push For Stronger Action

Community voices must be heard in cumulative impacts rulemaking and interim session

A Circle Line ferry sails past the Williamsburg Bridge as the Manhattan skyline is shrouded in smoke from Canada wildfires on June 6, 2023 in New York City. New York City is bathed in a blanket of unhealthy air as smoke from Canadian wildfires seeps across much of the eastern U.S. and Great Lakes areas. (NDZ/STAR MAX/IPx via AP)
Article June 7, 2023

Why Your Air Quality Matters and How You Can Fix It

We need your help to push the EPA to release stronger clean air protections.

Press Release June 6, 2023

Earthjustice Statement: New York Senate Advances the NY HEAT Act

New York Senate takes step forward to save money for New Yorkers and fight the climate crisis; Assembly urged to follow suit

Rice's whale — a new species of whale recognized in 2021, previously known as a subpopulation of Bryde's whale, endemic to the Gulf of Mexico.
(NOAA Fisheries)
Article June 5, 2023

We Need To Slow Down for The Rarest Whales on Earth

The federal government wants public input on whether to set a new maritime speed limit to protect the Gulf of Mexico whale.

Document June 5, 2023

Earthjustice SOPRA Opposition Letter

Opposition to H.R. 288, the so-called “Separation of Powers Restoration Act of 2023”

Document June 5, 2023

REINS Act Opposition Letter

The Coalition for Sensible Safeguards (CSS), an alliance of over 150 labor, scientific, research, good government, faith, community, health, environmental, and public interest groups, and allied organizations strongly oppose the Regulations from the Executive in Need of Scrutiny Act of 2023 (REINS Act), H.R. 277.

The fire at the incinerator in Miami-Dade County in 2023. (Juan Carlos Esquivel)
Document June 2, 2023

Decades of Denial: The Environmental Injustice of EPA’s Failure to Regulate Incinerators

This report highlights four key issues that EPA must address when updating air emission standards from large municipal solid waste incinerators. Meet three communities exposed to unnecessary risk of harm from EPA’s current, weak rules.

Document June 2, 2023

Port of Oakland: Oakland Harbor Turning Basins

Expanding the Turning Basins: a project that will worsen public health and environmental justice.

Press Release June 1, 2023

Groups Challenge Legislature’s Unlawful Attempts to Weaken Montana Coal Laws

Federal law requires state to obtain approval before such changes are made

Document June 1, 2023

Montana SMCRA Complaint

Groups filed suit in Montana District Court challenging two recent laws passed by the 2023 Montana Legislature intended to weaken water and environmental protections from coal mining.

Press Release June 1, 2023

Residentes de Doral en la Florida Soportaron Condiciones Peligrosas Durante Las Tres Semanas del Incendio en el Incinerador de Desechos de Covanta

Los hallazgos de un nuevo reporte subrayan los peligros que estas instalaciones representan para las comunidades alrededor de Florida

Document June 1, 2023

El Incendio del Incinerador del Doral

Una documentación de los riesgos para la salud y peligros ambientales, durante las tres semanas del incendio en el incinerador de desechos del Condado de Miami-Dade, entre febrero y marzo de 2023.

Firefighters work to extinguish a fire at the Covanta Energy incinerator in Miami, which started on Feb. 12, 2023, and burned for nearly 3 weeks. As of Mar. 2023, firefighters had
extinguished the full blaze but left a team on site to suppress any new smoldering. Incinerator staff continue to haul away hundreds of truckloads of waste and debris, and the cause of the fire is still unknown. (Miami-Date Fire Rescue)
Press Release June 1, 2023

New report details dangerous conditions Doral, FL residents endured during three-week Covanta waste incinerator fire

Report’s findings underscore the dangers that waste incineration facilities pose to Florida communities

Document May 31, 2023

Doral Incinerator Fire Report

This report details the environmental and public health hazards created by the fire at the Covanta Energy waste incinerator in Doral, FL in February and March 2023.

From the Experts May 31, 2023

Lo Que Usted Necesita Saber Sobre El Techo De La Deuda Y Sus Impactos En La Economía Y El Medio Ambiente

Los republicanos de la cámara baja negociaron un acuerdo peligroso para desmantelar las leyes ambientales y silenciar a las comunidades.