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The Latest On: Clean Air

January 29, 2021 | In the News: The Hill

Court strikes down part of rule easing pollution standard implementation

Seth Johnson, Attorney, Washington, D.C., Office, Earthjustice: “This is an important decision for making sure that pollution reductions are real, that they’re not just things that are happening on paper, that they’re things that are going to have an impact in the real world and that’s going to benefit people who live, work and breathe in areas with unhealthy levels of ozone.”

January 22, 2021 | Feature

Ironbound Unyielding

A Newark neighborhood takes on a toxic trash incinerator.

January 20, 2021 | Feature

One Tribe's Fight to Protect the Great Lakes

The Anishinaabe people are fighting efforts to extend the life of a dangerous oil pipeline that runs through its tribal territory and one of the world’s most sensitive ecosystems.

January 19, 2021 | Case

Protecting The Southwest’s Iconic Parks From Dirty Air

A fog of haze is obscuring iconic views at national parks throughout the American west, and an EPA loophole for eight dirty coal plants threatens to perpetuate the problem. Earthjustice is suing to clean up these plants and ensure EPA complies with the law.

January 13, 2021 | In the News: Grist

In the shadow of Amazon, resistance takes root in San Bernardino

Yasmine Agelidis, Attorney, California Office, Earthjustice: “The pandemic has created this boom in retail that’s just made it a lot worse, and this impact is particularly felt by black and brown communities who are also being hit the hardest by COVID-19. This case — it’s fundamentally about human health, and it’s really about protecting people in a part of the country that has literally the worst air quality in the nation.”

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