Environmental Action Shares: Week of April 13, 2018
This week’s Environmental Action shares include important stories on methane waste, the wolves of the American Southwest and the urgent campaign to save North Atlantic right whales.
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RoundUp kills the milkweed monarch butterflies need to survive.
Have you urged the EPA to ban Monsanto’s pesticide to help save imperiled monarchs?
— Environmental Action (@EnviroAction) April 6, 2018
Only 450 North Atlantic right whales remain on the planet. No new calves were seen in 2018.
Can you donate to help us do all we can to save these whales and protect the environment?
— Environmental Action (@EnviroAction) April 10, 2018
❎ Only around 450 North Atlantic right whales remain in the world
❎ Just 100 are reproductively mature females and potential mothers
❎ There have been ZERO confirmed North Atlantic right whale births in 2018
— Environmental Action (@EnviroAction) April 11, 2018