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July 14, 2008 | Case

Defending the Roan Plateau from Oil and Gas Drilling

The Colorado Natural Heritage Program ranks the Roan Plateau as one of the four most biologically rich areas in Colorado—the other three are already protected as part of the National Park System.

June 24, 2008 | Article

The Return of Ecoporn

One of the first things I ever had published in a book was a chapter in The Environmental Handbook, a Friends of the Earth/Ballantine Books number, published for the first Earth Day, in 1970. It was called, "Ecopornography, or How to Spot an Ecological Phony."

It's time to dust it off and send it around again.

Ecoporn, as defined by us, is image advertising run by large enterprises, often engaged in enriching themselves and their shareholders via the exploitation of public resources. Oil companies, in other words, and mining companies, and so forth.

February 25, 2008 | Article

Exploiters Rush into Melting Arctic

With late winter, sunlight returns to the North Pole, revealing an ice-bound ocean that looks deceptively like it always has—a frozen, pristine wilderness. Deceptive, because profound and rapid change is underway from the forces of climate change and our relentless quest for energy.

November 26, 2007 | Case

Saving Colorado’s South Shale Ridge

Earthjustice successfully defended a proposed Colorado wilderness from oil and gas drilling—protecting kaleidoscopic canyons and the wildlife within.

May 26, 2005 | Case

Fighting to Protect Otero Mesa

Earthjustice successfully blocked a plan by the Bush administration to open Otero Mesa in New Mexico to oil and gas development.

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