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What Would Yukon Cornelius Do?

It’s crunch time for stopping the “abominable” proposed Pebble gold mine near Alaska’s pristine Bristol Bay. What would the most famous animated miner do?“Silver and gold, silver and gold Ev’ryone wishes for silver and gold How do you measure its worth? Just by the pleasure it gives here on earth.” “Silver and Gold”, from the TV special “Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer” (1964) Some people […]

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Protect Bristol Bay

Mining companies are seeking to build a large gold and copper mine, along with a pipeline, in the pristine Bristol Bay region of Alaska.1 A mine in this area would pollute wetlands, streams and lakes, and put salmon and other fish species at risk.  More than 65 percent of Alaskans and 80 percent of Bristol Bay residents, including indigenous peoples, strongly oppose […]

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Social Shares: Week of June 22, 2018

These social shares for Facebook and Twitter are a good way to make sure your friends and family don’t miss stories that impact our health, happiness and environment.Facebook Social SharesTwitter Social Shares💍 24K+ activism for the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge! 💍 Over 24,900 Environmental Action-Takers Demand to Keep the Arctic Wild: https://t.co/EZqjzqpG2U pic.twitter.com/UZWGnVCRgl— Environmental Action (@EnviroAction) June 21, 2018Alaska’s massive Tongass […]

Grand Canyon (Photo: Sam Loyd on Unsplash)

The Grand Canyon Deserves Better

Uranium mining on the Grand Canyon’s doorstep? Not if we can help it.The Grand Canyon: “You cannot improve on it.” On a visit in 1903, Teddy Roosevelt said of the Grand Canyon: “Leave it as it is. You cannot improve on it. The ages have been at work on it, and man can only mar it.”It’s one of the most spectacular […]

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Why Alaska?

We’re going all-in to Keep Alaska Wild because, right now, choices made in Washington could be devastating for wildlife and wild places in Alaska and around the planet. But we can’t protect them without your help.  Wild Alaska Alaska has been described as America’s last frontier, but that doesn’t tell the full story. The state includes some of America’s wildest and most […]

Over 24,900 Environmental Action-Takers Demand to Keep the Arctic Wild

The Arctic Wildlife Refuge is America’s last wild frontier, home to polar bears, caribou, musk ox and other important species. You’d think that as a country we would be doing everything we could to protect this wild special place. Unfortunately, short-sighted plans are being put in place for short-term profit at the expense of wildlife that depends on this area to […]

African elephants, 2010. PHOTO Flickr user shankaronline (CC 2.0)

Are we willing to save elephants?

As you’re reading this, the International Wildlife Conservation Council — created by Interior Secretary Zinke shortly after the Trump administration reversed the ban on elephant hunt trophies — is having its second public meeting.1  The council’s members are mostly hunters and hunting advocates, including some that hunt elephants for sport.2,3Thousands of Environmental Action supporters have made their voices heard on […]

Yosemite National Park (Photo: Christian Vasile, Unsplash)

Social Media Shares: Week of June 15, 2018

Check out this week’s social media shares, including stories on funding for the Environmental Protection Agency, offshore oil and gas drilling and more. Please share any of these posts on Facebook or Twitter to spread the word for the environment.Social Media Shares for FacebookSocial Media Shares for TwitterAn urgent warning from Christoper Solomon on the proposed #PebbleMine in Alaska: “Don’t give […]

Big Win For Wolves At The Federal Level

This March, we celebrated when Congress took some of the most dangerous anti-wildlife riders out of its omnibus spending bill. Now, we’re doubling down on our efforts to protect wolves in states, including Wyoming and Oregon.Photo: Critterbiz via ShutterstockGray wolves and other wild creatures across the country saw a major victory this spring—Congress heard the voices of Environmental Action supporters […]

Defending Core Environmental Protections

Environmental Action supporters and other nature lovers across the country convinced Congress to reject President Trump’s devastating budget cuts for the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) this year. This is an important victory, but we are just getting started.It’s clear: We need a strong Environmental Protection Agency to make sure that our wildlife and wild places are protected, and that our communities […]

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