The Latest On: Climate Change
Tania Galloni, Managing Attorney, Florida Office, Earthjustice: "If you consider that Florida is at one of the greatest threats of sea level rise and climate change from intensifying storms, the idea that we would drill for oil at all — and begin new drilling in the Everglades, one of the most ecologically sensitive parts of the state and for the region — it really makes no sense at all."
Conservation Groups Relieved Protections Will Remain for 3.4 Million Acres of Critical Northern Spotted Owl Habitat
Becca Curry, Colorado Policy Advocate, Earthjustice: “Suncor is really the biggest emission source within this industrial sector.”
Kirti Datla, Director of Strategic Legal Advocacy, Earthjustice: “They explained that it would be, basically, a waste of time to look at these older regulations because the electricity sector had already met the targets in the Obama-era regulation a decade ahead of the schedule in that regulation, even though it never even went into effect.”
Megan Hunter, Attorney, Fossil Fuels Program, Earthjustice: “How do you protect these underground sources of drinking water if you haven’t even mapped where they’re located in the project area and examined potential migration pathways?”