EPA commits to regulating lead in aviation gasoline

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced it will take the necessary steps to regulate lead pollution from aircrafts, the largest source of lead emissions in the country. Read More

Greater Chaco Coalition Demands More Than Piece-Meal Protection in Response to 10-Mile Buffer

The climate crisis illustrates that drawing new lines on a map doesn't address the problem – protecting our communities, our clean water and clean air cannot be done in one place, but must include all places. Read More

New research shows Google has broken its promise to stop running ads on climate denial content

New research by the Center for Countering Digital Hate (CCDH) shows that Google Ads are still running on 50 new climate denial articles. Read More

Law Requires Biden to Cancel February Oil Lease Sale to Prevent Climate Harm

Conservation groups submitted formal comments today urging cancelation of February’s federal oil and gas lease auctions. Read More

Friends of the Earth and Winyah Rivers Alliance Notify U.S. Army Corps of Lawsuit over Robeson LNG Pipeline

We intend to hold Duke Energy accountable for its actions that damage the environment and impacted peoples. Read More

In Amicus Brief, Congressmembers Lowenthal, Grijalva, Huffman Call on Federal Court to Strike Down Administration’s 80 Million Acre Oil And Gas Lease Sale In U.S. Gulf

The lawmakers filed the amicus brief in support of a lawsuit against the Biden administration’s Interior Department by a group of environmental organizations. Read More

Biden Continues to Fail as Climate Champion with More Broken Promises on Oil and Gas Leasing

Nearly a quarter of U.S. climate pollution comes from the extraction and burning of fossil fuels on public lands. Read More

Friends of the Earth Urges Senate Passage of Stronger Build Back Better Act

Today the U.S. House of Representatives passed the Build Back Better (BBB) Act. This landmark legislation makes historic investments in environmental and social programs. Read More

New FERC Commissioner Urged to Prioritize Environmental, Energy Justice

Conservation, Indigenous and environmental justice groups urged Phillips to use his new position to help transform the country’s dangerous fossil fuel energy system into a renewable, resilient and just one. Read More

Despite Environmental Commitments Made at COP, Biden Administration Offers Over 80 Million Acres of Gulf of Mexico for Oil, Gas Drilling

Today, as the Biden Administration offers more than 80 million acres of the Gulf of Mexico for oil and gas leasing, Gulf and environmental groups vow to continue their legal challenge to stop this commitment to decades of greenhouse gas emissions. Read More