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At Peoples Climate March, Earthjustice Marches for Justice in the Courts on the Environment

Since Trump took office 100 days ago, Earthjustice has waged legal battles in response to Administration’s environmental attacks
The Peoples Climate Movement for the March for Jobs, Justice and the Climate in Washington, D.C., April 29, 2017.

The Peoples Climate Movement for the March for Jobs, Justice and the Climate in Washington, D.C., April 29, 2017.

Chris Jordan-Bloch / Earthjustice
April 29, 2017
Washington, D.C. —

Today, on President Trump’s 100th day in office, Earthjustice joins thousands of people taking part in the Peoples Climate March here and in cities across the country. 

The following is a statement from Earthjustice President Trip Van Noppen:

 “There are those in Corporate America, Congress and down the street at 1600 Pennsylvania, who want to ignore what the science is telling us in order to score a quick win or boost their short-term profit margins. At the same time, the Trump Administration and some in Congress are also waging a stealth war to take away each and every one of YOUR rights to seek Justice in a court of law. 

“But when the federal government threatens our health and well-being, and chips away at the fundamental rights of citizens to be heard in a court of law, Earthjustice fights back in court and uses the full strength of our bedrock environmental laws to protect our communities. We must use every avenue our Founding Fathers guaranteed us in the Constitution to fight for sound, science-based policies that strengthen the health and wellbeing of our families for generations to come.

“Earthjustice marches today to show those in office that they cannot ignore the will of the people or the dire consequences of climate change. We support communities facing off against big polluters and creating innovative solutions for a more sustainable future. We will never stop fighting for a healthy, sustainable future.”

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Erik Olvera, Earthjustice, (415) 994-3242

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