EJ90: Weekly News

Hawaiʻi's Mākua Valley

Video: An Ill Wind

Take Action: Arctic

EJ90: Weekly Environmental News In 90 Seconds

This week, attorney Erika Rosenthal comments on black carbon, a component of soot that fuels climate change.  Listen.

Down to Earth: MĀkua, the Stolen, Sacred Land

Attorney David Henkin discusses how one of Hawaiʻi's spiritual havens is healing after decades of being bombed and shelled.  Listen.

Video Feature: An Ill Wind

Coal ash 'storms' are plaguing the Moapa River Indian Reservation, tribal home of a band of Paiute Indians.  Watch video.

Protect The Fragile Arctic Ocean

The Arctic Ocean is a remote, fragile and rapidly-changing area. Yet oil drilling could begin as early as this summer.  Take Action!


Feature Spotlight

A stunning view from the Great Western Divide in Mineral King. (Chris Jordan-Bloch / Earthjustice)

The Foundation of Modern Environmental Law
Within Sequoia National Park is Mineral King, the splendid mountain wilderness in which Earthjustice took its first steps. 40 years later, we are as committed as ever to the legacy that started there: using the law to protect the wildlife and landscapes that shape our nation's character.
Welcome to Mineral King Valley

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