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July 2, 2008 | Case

Challenging the Highwood Power Plant

Earthjustice stopped a proposal to build a coal-fired power plant on one of the last of Lewis and Clark’s remaining campsites.

July 1, 2008 | Article

Heroics and Visions at Earthjustice Forum

Hundreds of people at an Earthjustice energy forum gave a standing ovation to Kansas Gov. Kathleen Sebelius last week in Denver after hearing her tale of fighting off Big Coal so that Kansas could have a clean energy future.

Both Gov. Sebelius and Earthjustice presented their visions of what a national clean energy agenda might look like.

June 19, 2008 | Article

Out of Kansas: A Path to Clean Energy

There was more hope than lamentation in a New York Times editorial when it concluded this about the Senate's recent failure to address climate change:

The country needs a new occupant in the White House.

We agree—Congress is not likely to take the necessary actions on climate change without strong White House leadership.

Fortunately, neither McCain nor Obama will take seven years to admit global warming even exists—as the current president did. Both of them pledge to aggressively take action on climate change.

May 30, 2008 | Article

Out of Kansas - a National Clean Energy Agenda

We have just learned that Kansas Gov. Kathleen Sebelius will appear June 26 in downtown Denver at an Earthjustice program to tell the story of how her bruising fight with coal power interests has helped create a national clean energy agenda. Seating is limited for the breakfast presentation, and reservations are recommended.

April 17, 2008 | Article

Governors are Setting National Clean Energy Agenda

No matter what the president said Wednesday about his global warming commitment, many of America's governors aren't buying. Long ago they gave up hope of White House leadership on the subject and have taken matters into their own hands.

May 30, 2007 | Case

Challenging the Glades Power Plant

Earthjustice successfully blocked the creation of the country’s largest coal-fired power plant right next to the Florida Everglades, on the country’s most important sensitive natural resources.

July 1, 2005 | Case

Power Plant Threat in Yellowstone

Earthjustice successfully challenged a proposal for a large new power plant in central Montana that would have polluted Yellowstone National Park and surrounding areas.

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