The Latest On: Climate Change
Shannon Fisk, Managing Attorney, Coal Program, Earthjustice: “A lot of big old coal plants still lack modern pollution controls because they were not required to install them until they were modified.”
Earthjustice: Utah’s Roadless Rule Attacks Threaten “Our Best Tools in the Fight Against Climate Change”
Byron Chan, Attorney, California Office, Earthjustice: "It's not holding them fully accountable for the entire mitigation."
Nina Robertson, Attorney, California Office, Earthjustice: "They get to count methane reduction that was already happening on the public dime."
Peter Lehner, Managing Attorney for Earthjustice’s Sustainable Food & Farming Program, speaks with host Julian Rauter. They discuss innovative legal and political strategies to increase sensible land use, decarbonize food production, and hold agribusiness accountable for pollution.
Martin Wagner, Managing Attorney, International Program: “It wouldn’t take more at this point than putting a halt on activities to slow down and to ensure that the representatives, as selected by the Wangan and Jagalingou, are the ones who are making the decisions, who are receiving the information to allow them to either consent or not to this project.”