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December 16, 2020 | Feature

A Collective Story Rooted in Justice

It’s time to write a new, and a more nuanced, story about the environmental movement — one that’s centered in justice and equity.

March 16, 2020 | In the News: Politico

How South Jersey Became Ground Zero in Feds’ Push For New Way to Transport LNG

Bradley Marshall, Attorney, Florida Office, Earthjustice: “To send that amount of energy in a rail car that has a history of derailing, breaching and exploding, seems incredibly dangerous without any kind of safety analysis of those tank cars. You could see a lot of interest in all of a sudden using trains as pipelines and see it really take off, sort of like you did see with crude by rail. Regulators didn't ensure the safety of transport of crude by rail and then we had explosions all across the country.”

January 17, 2020 | Article

Finding Our Power

Our new storytelling series, LIT: Stories from the Frontlines of Climate Justice, seeks to elevate the stories of people pushing for a just future and livable climate — and inspire others to do the same.

May 22, 2018 | In the News: Times Union

Oil Company Abandons Possible Tar Sands Oil Facility At Port Of Albany

Chris Amato, Attorney, Earthjustice: "Global's proposal would have spewed more toxic pollution into the air, endangering the health of South End residents, including hundreds of children who live and attend [Giffen Elementary] school in the shadow of the Global facility. This has been, and continues to be, a fight for environmental justice."