Our ads are just kicking off this week, and we'll reach almost 20% of Maine's population throughout August. But polls have the vote in a statistical deadlock with 45% of voters supporting the ban and 44% opposing it. Read more about our plans to get out the vote for bears (and all the wild things) this fall.
Watch our #ActOnGMO's Chat here to learn more about what we've accomplished and what's next for our actions on GMO Labeling.
Our round-the-clock efforts generated over 20,000 emails and signatures to Governor Snyder, helping to ensure that one of our most precious resources is in the hands of the public and not corporations. Your activism, energy and drive is what made Michigan's Governor Rick Snyder recognize the universal right to water and the protection of our planet by opposing water privatization.
Our campaign to have Pepsi’s top celebrity endorser, Beyonce, tell their brand to stop blocking GMO labeling is culminating next Tuesday at Beyonce’s concert in San Francisco!
Join us on Monday, August 4th for a live video chat with local activists, policy experts on GMOs and local ways you can participate.
On Beyonce will be performing her concert at the AT&T Park in San Francisco, CA. Beyonce is known for how responsive she is to her fans.Our presence will show Beyonce the importance of this issue.
Join me and other environmental activists as we host our “Day Of Action” to catch her attention about the importance of GMO labeling.
GMO labeling is finally taking off! Beyonce Knowles- Carter was named one of Time Magazines 100 most influential people winning 17 Grammy's and selling over 118 million albums world-wide. Her image is universally known as one of success, health, talent, and fitness.
Since Beyonce cares so much about food, health and our communities...Let's tell her "if you love us put a label on it!" by tweeting and posting on Facebook all at once, we stand a real chance to catch her attention about this critical issue and change Pepsi's pro-GMO ways.
Hi I'm Dorthea E. Thomas, the newest member of the Environmental Action team and I'm fired up and ready to make a difference in the environmental movement.
I'm a passionate public servant, speaker and writer with a love for educating and empowering others about social justice issues, especially pertaining to the environment and/ or reproductive health.
Thanks to environmental activists like you, our PSA "Exxon Hates America" was on its way to air on TV this holiday weekend in New York City, Washington D.C., and Seattle.
Then something happened: the big cable companies suddenly refused our ad at the last minute. That's right, the same companies that bring you Game of Thrones, A Shot at Love with Tia Tequila and other racy shows took told us our ad mocking Exxon was "too hot for TV."
If we can get this funny, satirical ad on the air this holiday weekend, it can shake up and wake up millions of our neighbors
You already know that climate change is melting glaciers, deepening California's drought and forcing whole nations to relocate before they're swallowed up by rising oceans. What a lot of Americans don't know, however, is that our government gives over $20 billion a year to Exxon and the other companies most directly responsible for the climate crisis.