Beekeepers feel the sting of Trump administration’s anti-science efforts

Beekeepers feel the sting of Trump administration’s anti-science efforts

Last winter, beekeepers reported a record 40% loss of their colonies. Longtime beekeeper Jeff Anderson, says the picture is even grimmer if you look at bee losses across the entire year, particularly in the spring and summer when farmers are spraying pesticides. So why do regulators continue to approve anti-bee actions?READ MORE 

The Trump administration is putting a bee-killing pesticide back on the market! We’ve spent decades fighting to protect imperiled honeybee populations from toxic pesticide use and we won’t stop now. Join us today!

 How climate change is fueling extreme weather
Over the past century, massive increases in carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases have caused the temperature on our planet to rise — fueling climate disasters that will only get worse unless we take action.READ MORE   
On river’s banks, tribe defends its heritage from mining threats
The Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin is fighting to stop the massive Back Forty Mine from being built on their ancestral lands, which include ancient garden beds, burial mounds, and sacred sites. We are honored to represent the Tribe in court.READ MORE  

 Fireflies’ glow could soon be extinguished by human actions
Fireflies light up our nights — and our imaginations. But human actions like spraying toxic pesticides are putting them and other critical bugs in danger.READ MORE   

From the frontlines
Portraits from the Indigenous-led Frontline Oil & Gas Conference, with stories, lessons, and notes of hope shared by brave activists.READ MORE    “We oppose those who seek to divide, exclude, and sideline anyone who calls this country home.”— Earthjustice Senior Vice President of Programs, Sam Sankar, released a statement in response to President Trump’s recent racist and hateful rhetoric directed at four congresswomen of color.READ MORE


Host an event for Earthjustice
What you need to know to host an event for Earthjustice that transforms concern into action and builds community and power. This is your opportunity to celebrate and share your passion with your friends — and to get them as inspired and excited as you about why the earth needs a good lawyer.TAKE ACTION

Get these “forever chemicals” out of our food and water
PFAS are toxic chemicals used in everyday products such as nonstick pans, food wrappers, and personal care products. Readily spread from sources of contamination, they persist in the environment and can remain in bodies for decades, which is why they are known as “forever chemicals.” Yet no enforceable rules exist to protect our families from these dangerous substances.

 Kevin, thank you for being an Earthjustice Activist.

About eslkevin

I am a peace educator who has taken time to teach and work in countries such as the USA, Germany, Japan, Nicaragua, Mexico, the UAE, Kuwait, Oman over the past 4 decades.
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