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Earthjustice 47m
“The $1.9 bil Rosemont Mine, at a half-mile deep and a mile wide, would sprawl across federal, state & private land, leaving a waste pile the height of a skyscraper.” Read about the Native American Tribes fighting this colossal mine.
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We filed a public records request and discovered the mining industry worked closely with Trump's EPA to scrap a rule that would have made mine operators responsible for their toxic cleanup costs. This means these costs again fall on taxpayers.
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Earthjustice 3h
Happy ! One in every three bites of food we eat depends on bees for pollination. We are fighting to stop the use of neonicotinoid pesticides, which are wiping out these critically important pollinators.
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Earthjustice 4h
With his attack on MATS, has already shown his priorities: He’s willing to put more mercury in your body so that a few renegade coal companies can profit. We can't let this happen.
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Earthjustice 5h
No one has the right to destroy our clean air, clean water, wildlife, and wildlands solely for profit or personal gain without answering to the law. Join our fight >>>
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Earthjustice 5h
Exposing children to chlorpyrifos results in reduced IQ, loss of working memory and attention deficit disorders. But Trump's refuses to ban this dangerous chemical from our food. Join our fight to >>>
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Earthjustice 7h
All communities have a right to healthy air, and sharing a fenceline with a refinery does not lessen this right.
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Earthjustice 10h
This is a wake-up call for the nation. Using the industry’s own data — data that utility companies made difficult for the public to find and access — our report proves that coal plants are trashing groundwater nearly everywhere they operate.
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Earthjustice 23h
Overfishing is contributing to the extinction crisis, causing shark and other marine populations to collapse. But a recent court victory shows that efforts to weaken critical environmental regulations by ignoring good science are no match for the law.
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Earthjustice May 19
An alarming UN report warns that one million plant and animal species face extinction due to human activity. Yet the Trump administration continues to attack critical protections that could avoid this devastating outcome.
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Earthjustice May 19
Claudia has fought for years to protect her child & her community from the toxic pesticide chlorpyrifos, yet Trump’s has failed to listen to her & others who have been poisoned. Watch the full video of her story & see why we must >>>
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Earthjustice May 19
ICYMI: A judge said may join the lawsuit to defend the Coast Guard in its actions to clean up Taylor Energy's oil leak, ongoing for 14 years. The Coast Guard reports that its efforts have been successful with almost the entire leak contained.
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Earthjustice May 18
ICYMI: This week, three Tribes asked a judge for an emergency preliminary injunction to stop a Canadian mining company's plans to raze lands which hold their burial grounds, ancient village sites, and sacred sites in Arizona.
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Earthjustice May 18
“In absence of federal leadership on climate, we’re seeing states step up. Many states are committing to 100% clean energy, even though the Trump administration wants move in the opposite direction.” - Jill Tauber, Earthjustice VP of Litigation
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Earthjustice May 18
Trump's is attacking a rule that saves up to 11,000 people from early deaths each year. They are willing to put more mercury in your body so that a few renegade coal companies can profit.
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Earthjustice May 18
SEE YOU IN COURT: Our lawsuits are leading to a wave of court victories, holding the line against the Trump administration's attempts to ignore environmental laws and deny protections to the American public. Join our fight >>>
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Earthjustice May 17
We filed a public records request and discovered the mining industry worked closely with Trump's EPA to scrap a rule that would have made mine operators responsible for their toxic cleanup costs. This means these costs again fall on taxpayers.
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Earthjustice May 17
Ancient trees in Alaska's Tongass National Forest will be clear cut and lost forever if a massive logging proposal on Prince of Wales Island is allowed to advance. We filed a lawsuit to stop this timber sale.
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Earthjustice May 17
When our clean air, clean water and our right to a healthy environment is under attack we fight back with the full force of the law. Join our fight today >>>
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Earthjustice May 17
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Wolves’ incredible comeback to the Northern Rockies is another success story in the making. Yet their future is now under threat as the Trump admin wants to strip federal protections from wolves across the country. There is still time to take action:
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