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August 10, 2013 | Video

This Is How Asthma Feels

Millions of Americans suffer from asthma. However, most people don't know how brutal it is to live with the disease. Breathing is a fundamental right, yet every day air pollution affects our right to breathe clean air.

February 18, 2021 | Letter

Letter: Ironbound Community Corporation, Earthjustice, and the Vermont Law School Environmental Advocacy Clinic request to Newark Central Planning Board

On behalf of the Ironbound Community Corporation (ICC), Earthjustice and the Vermont Law School Environmental Advocacy Clinic request that the Newark Central Planning Board withhold approval of the application for planning permission submitted by Aries Newark LLC for the proposed sewage gasification facility at 400 Doremus Avenue because Aries’s application fails to address significant community and environmental concerns.

February 12, 2021 | Explainer

Danger in the Air

Earthjustice is defending the Mercury and Air Toxics Standards — a rule that saves up to 11,000 people from early deaths each year.

February 11, 2021 | Legal Document

American Academy of Pediatrics et al v US EPA

Fourteen health and environmental groups, half of them represented by Earthjustice, challenged ozone standards in a lawsuit in a federal appeals court. The move comes in response to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Trump administration’s last-minute refusal to strengthen the National Ambient Air Quality Standards, or NAAQS, for ozone, and less than a month after Earthjustice sued the EPA over a similar rule affecting particulate matter.

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.”

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