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The Denial is the Hoax

  When I woke up last Wednesday after the election, I immediately thought about how the new congressional leadership would effect the environment. That process was scary in itself, yet it needed to be done because if you don't embrace reality you cannot progress. Reality check: the new congress will see men and women chairing or joining important committees to whom […]

I’m not a scientist?

Republican's have a new go to talking point when it comes to climate change: "Well I'm not a scientist".  If you're like me, every time I see a republican use this line on the news, my blood boils.  But here's the upside. It's no longer in vogue for Republicans or anyone to be a climate denier. Just two years ago, at […]

Bioneers Recap Part 2: Estrella

Estrela Hernandez, simply put, is a living model for frontline communities all over the world who wish to develop the tools for climate resiliency while maintaining community cohesion and cultural integrity, as well as true grassroots leadership skills that are both robust and intergenerational. Ms. Hernandez (actually CONGRESSWOMAN Hernandez, but we’ll get to that in a moment) is a key leader […]

Fracking the signal

When NPR started airing pro-fracking messages, I was annoyed. But now that they've also announced plans to close down virtually all their environmental coverage — leaving just one part time reporter to cover fracking, the climate crisis, and more —now I'm frankly alarmed. If you agree that public radio needs to reject money from the fossil fuel industry, and spend more […]

No Fracking on Public Radio

Enter Your Information Below: Ready to do something about NPR's pro fracking ads and failure to cover climate change? You're in the right place. Enter your information on the right. After a moment, your phone will ring, which is our system calling you back. You'll get some brief, pre-recorded instructions, and then press 1 to connect to the largest NPR affiliate in your area. PS […]

On Shellacking and what’s next

Last night's election was, as the President put it "a shellacking." Climate champions were replaced by climate deniers. GMO labeling was denied. Wildlife will continue being hunted in cruel and unnecessary ways. It wasn't all bad news: Several cities passed bans on fracking – including Denton, in the heart of Texas oil country. The new Congressional class includes more women than […]

Don’t Frack St. Tammany Parish

            In Partnership With                 The citizens of St. Tammany Parish have spoken, and spoken loudly. They don't want Helis fracking wells in their community. The negative effects of fracking on the natural environment and public health are bad enough, but the fact that these wells would be located next […]

What the 2014 election results mean for wildlife conservation

Last night's election had several ballot initiatives designed to protect and conserve wildlife. Environmental Action has fought to protect endangered Wolf species for years. In Michigan, two initiatives were on the state ballot to allow hunting of Wolves. On both initiatives, voters overwhelmingly voted no to allow hunting. It's a big setback for Wolves and all of us who love them, […]

No Fracking on Public Radio – LIVE!

Enter Your Information Below: Ready to do something about NPR's pro fracking ads and failure to cover climate change? You're in the right place. Enter your information on the right. After a moment, your phone will ring, which is our system calling you back. You'll get some brief, pre-recorded instructions, and then press 1 to connect to the largest NPR affiliate in your area. PS […]

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