Join four of Earthjustice's top litigators for a virtual town hall to hear how we’re taking this toxic industry to court to stop fossil fuels from accelerating the climate crisis and damaging our oceans, public lands, and communities.
Earthjustice leadership share how the outcome of the November 2020 election is likely to affect the issues we care most deeply about and what comes next in the fight to defend the health of our communities, the future of our planet, and the public's ability to seek justice in a court of law.
Earthjustice staff members share an inside look at the case, the implications of the most recent legal developments, and the activism of the Standing Rock Sioux that fueled this historic victory and ushered in a new chapter in the global Indigenous environmental movement.
Gussie Lord, Earthjustice’s first-ever director of tribal partnerships, and Stefanie Tsosie, senior associate attorney, tribal partnerships, discuss the complex legal, cultural, and political issues unique to this vital work.
President Abigail Dillen looks back at the work Earthjustice has done over the past year, the strides we’ve made and the impact our work has had on driving the transition to clean energy — while simultaneously battling the Trump administration’s efforts to overreach and impede our progress.
Earthjustice Vice President for Climate and Energy alongside our Senior Legislative Representative discuss our work to transition the U.S. to 100% clean energy, our national climate coalition partnership, and how these high-level initiatives translate into real change on the ground for impacted communities.