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The Latest On: Clean Energy

June 4, 2010 | Feature

Florida Coal Plant Victory Leads to Renewable Power

In 2007, Earthjustice successfully opposed Florida Power and Light's proposal to build what would have been America's largest coal-fired power plant. Two years later, the utility announced plans to harness a different kind of energy: solar.

September 28, 2009 | Case

Promoting Clean Energy In Hawai‘i

Hawai‘i gets enough sun and wind to meet its energy needs, but has typically relied on imported oil. Earthjustice is working to promote clean energy in the islands and demonstrate for the rest of the nation a model for a clean energy future.

July 21, 2009 | Case

Challenging the West-Wide Energy Corridors

Proposed energy corridors threaten parks, monuments, and wildlife across the western U.S. Earthjustice sued and the federal government agreed to redraw the corridors to protect land and wildlife.

May 30, 2007 | Case

Challenging the Glades Power Plant

Earthjustice successfully blocked the creation of the country’s largest coal-fired power plant right next to the Florida Everglades, on the country’s most important sensitive natural resources.

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