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October 28, 2020 | In the News: Mic

Trump Just Squeezed One Last Environmental Catastrophe Into His First Term

Sam Sankar, Senior VP of Programs, Earthjustice: "We've been protecting the Tongass for many years. We've done it through James Watt, we've done it through Republican administrations, and we've done it through hostile Supreme Courts. There's never been a strong economic argument for logging, and neither has there been a strong biological or cultural argument. And we're confident we'll continue to prevail in the courts."

October 21, 2020 | In the News: New Yorker

There’s Nothing Sacred about Nine Justices; a Livable Planet, on the Other Hand . . .

Abigail Dillen, President of Earthjustice: "The Trump Administration has been so lawless that even Trump-appointed judges have been stepping up to check abuse. Over the last four years, the lost opportunity for progress has been huge. But litigation by public-interest lawyers and progressive states has been extraordinarily successful in limiting the damage."

October 20, 2020 | From the Experts

New Oceans Bill Offers One Plan for Two Crises

This might seem obvious, but our planet is mostly ocean. So we can’t talk about a sustainable future and environmental justice without also talking about ocean protection.

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