• WE Built That

    It’s usually quite hard to render me speechless, to leave me in a state where I am of few words...yet I have only one word to describe what I experienced yesterday...WOW!!! When I interviewed Caroline Murray, Lead Organizer for the People’s Climate March, this past Thursday (Please check our website/Facebook page for extended footage of the interview soon), she indicated how happy she would be with an attendance of 100 to 150,000 marchers. How wrong she was; how wrong we all were....

  • Our fight to stop water privatization

    We wouldn’t have made it this far in the fight to stop the privatization of our natural resources and protect Detroit’s water without you. The world would have never known that Detroit is undergoing a massive water war on the brink of corporate privatization without you.

    Yesterday, we hand delivered your signature and 158,790 others to the Detroit City Council, to demand an immediate and permanent stop to the water shut-offs, and the implementation of a sustainable, just water plan in Detroit.

  • Scrapple From The Apple

    There’s a profound buzz traversing New York City and it’s being generated by anticipation of the People's Climate March, which will descend upon the City on September 21. While the march itself is occurring in ten days, preparations, mobilizations and all the pomp and circumstance in between are already well underway.

  • Write a Letter to the Editor about harmful algal blooms

    We’ve teamed up with Food Water Watch Ohio and the Humane Society of the United States to offer some common-sense strategies to clean up lake Erie by addressing the manure and fertilizer that cause toxic algae blooms.

    But we need your help to make sure local politicians feel the pressure to act.

    Click here to submit a letter responding to the Plain Dealer's call for action - and demand the Governor and Legislature submit a clean up plan right away! Decision-makers regularly read letters to the editor to see what residents are talking about.

  • UPROSE(ing)

    There’s a mighty tree that has been growing in Brooklyn, New York for some time now; and they have been and will continue to be an undeniable force and voice for Climate Justice. That tree and voice is UPROSE. UPROSE is Brooklyn’s oldest Latino community based organization, founded in 1966. Today, they are a nationally-recognized intergenerational and multi-racial/cultural community organization that promotes sustainability through organizing, education, leadership development and cultural/artistic expression.This past Saturday I was  invited to take part in their Community Arts Block Party to make art for the #Peoplesclimate march.

  • Salutations:

    I’m Anthony, an Enviroactivist Ready to Fight the Good Fights With You! Originally from New York City, I have been involved in social activism, political campaigns and the public interest since I was 13 years old. Come meet me online.