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Sympathy For The Bottom Feeder

The Trump Administration wants to slash funding to clean up the Great Lakes, well before the job is done. What’s puzzling is the nature of their game. Bottom feeders don’t get no respect. You usually see the term next to words like low-life, loser, parasite, scum of the earth, and slumlord. But I want to come to the defense of a particular […]

First, Let’s Not Kill All The Lawyers

The Chamber of Commerce doesn’t like ordinary citizens suing to stop air and water pollution from Exxon’s Houston-area refinery and facilities like it throughout the country. (Photo Credit: Roy Luck, via Flickr) “The first thing we do, let’s kill all the lawyers.” — William Shakespeare, Henry VI, Part 2, Act 4, Scene 2 When it comes to settling disputes, I think we’ve made […]

Grey Wolf (Photo: Michael Larosa, Unsplash)

Environmental Action Shares: Week of March 23, 2018

This week’s Environmental Action shares feature a victory for wolves, a new campaign for butterflies and more. Please share these posts on Facebook and Twitter and help us keep environmental issues front-and-center in the minds of nature-loving Americans. Environmental Action Shares for Facebook Environmental Action Shares for Twitter VICTORY: Congress heard your howls loud and clear, and has backed off of efforts […]

Yosemite National Park (Photo: Tommy Lisbin, Unsplash)

Environmental Action Shares: Week of March 16, 2018

Ready for this week’s Environmental Action shares? Sharing these posts and tweets with your social media friends is a great way promote respect for the environment with credible, well-sourced journalism and meaningful ways to make a difference for nature. This week, you’ll find news on wolves, the Environmental Protection Agency, public lands and more. Environmental Action Shares for Facebook Environmental Action Shares […]

Grand Staircase - Escalante National Monument, Utah (Photo: BLM)

Take Action for the Lands and Wildlife of Utah’s Grand Staircase – Escalante

How much do you know about Grand Staircase – Escalante National Monument? Since 1996, the colorful vistas, irreplaceable cultural artifacts, dazzling array of wildlife and amazing recreational opportunities of these lands were respected, prioritized and protected by presidential proclamation.1 Unfortunately, the protected status of these lands is far from certain these days. Last year, President Trump and Interior Secretary Zinke began an unprecedented […]

Environmental Action Impact: Bears Ears National Monument (Photo: BLM)

Environmental Action Shares: Week of March 9, 2018

Check out this week’s Environmental Action shares… and then help spread the word by passing them on to your friends. Environmental Action Shares for Facebook Environmental Action Shares for Twitter We need to do everything we can to preserve and enlarge African elephants’ natural habitat, and create systems that encourage people to protect, not poach these creatures. Pleae take action now to save these […]

She needs the EPA. Don't you? (Photo: Pixabay)

Trump (Again) Seeks Environmental Spending Cuts

If you think America should be doing more to protect the environment, you’re not alone. At Environmental Action, we know that we only have one environment — and that it’s worth investing to protect it. The health of our communities depends on clean air and water. Abundant wildlife and protected places safeguard the delicate ecosystems that are key to our survival […]

Environmental Action Shares: Week of March 2, 2018

Speak out for nature and the environment with these Environmental Action shares! When it comes to protecting the environment, timely and accurate information has never been more important. When you share any (or all) of these stories, you educate and inspire to help protect the healthy environment we all need to survive. Environmental Action Shares for Facebook Environmental Action Shares for […]

Keep Study to Protect Boundary Waters Strong

The U.S. Forest Service announced plans to significantly downgrade its study on risks posed by sulfide-ore copper mining to the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness. The agency is downgrading the promised Environmental Impact Statement to a less rigorous Environment Assessment. We are working hard to gain permanent protection for the Boundary Waters. So we need your help in asking the U.S. […]

Deer (Photo: Rebecca Johnston, Unsplash)

Environmental Action Shares: Week of February 23, 2018

Environmental Action shares are a great way to ensure your friends have accurate, timely information about nature and the environment. Help spread the word and encourage your friends to speak out by reposting any or all of these posts. Environmental Action Shares for Facebook Environmental Action Shares for Twitter Unless we speak out, Northeast Canyons and Seamounts Marine National Monument — and […]

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