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January 14, 2022 | In the News: Great Lakes Now

Enbridge returns to court for Line 5 permit

Christopher Clark, Attorney, Midwest Office, Earthjustice: “In total they’ve filed nine motions to strike testimony from the record, multiple motions directed at testimony submitted by our client the Bay Mills Indian Community, and this is a very disappointing attempt to silence the voice of Tribes before the Michigan Public Service Commission.”

January 12, 2022 | Feature

Never Backing Down from the Fight

Earthjustice is committed to going up against the most daunting adversaries to demand stronger regulations and environmental justice. A highlight of what Earthjustice is doing to meet three threats facing this planet: the oil and gas boom in Gulf of Mexico, the toxicity of PFAS, and the plight of wolves in North America.

January 7, 2022 | In the News: E&E News

Will Biden’s oil plans unleash an Arctic ‘carbon bomb’?

Jeremy Lieb, Attorney, Alaska Office, Earthjustice: “The federal government has an obligation and the authority to restrict oil and gas activity in the reserve to protect other resources, including the climate. The science is clear that the world can’t afford to develop even a small portion of that oil.”

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