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The Latest On: Climate Change

March 18, 2011 | Audio

Climate Change in Glacier National Park

Research ecologist Dan Fagre of the Northern Rocky Mountain Science Center discusses his work to understand how climate change will affect mountain ecosystems such as Glacier National Park. Fagre predicts that rising temperatures will cause Glacier National Park to be glacier-free by 2020.

August 16, 2010 | Case

Upholding EPA’s Global Warming Endangerment Finding

The Environmental Protection Agency has determined that human activities are driving climate change, which poses a major threat to our planet. This finding has been unsuccessfully challenged by the fossil fuel industry and its allies. Earthjustice helped defend the EPA’s finding to ensure that climate progress is not reversed.

July 21, 2009 | Case

Defending U.S. Carbon Cap And Trade

The Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative is the first effort in the U.S. to reduce carbon emissions using a cap and trade system. An industry lawsuit against the state of New York threatens the entire program. Earthjustice is defending the program and states’ ability to proactively curb greenhouse gas emissions without mandated federal regulation.

March 24, 2009 | Video

Irreversible, Irreplaceable: Wildlife in a Warming World

The Irreplaceable campaign brings together four distinct groups — from the worlds of art, justice, science, and faith — to highlight the diversity of life we must protect from climate change. As you dive into these photos, be inspired, determined, hopeful. Help us protect these irreplaceable plants and animals.

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