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A Tale of Two Debates: Climate Change Makes an Appearance

It could be said of the last three Presidential debates (for both parties) that “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.” The good news is that climate change made appearances at all three most recent debates — on both sides of the aisle. As I previously reported, the Flint debate included great questions on climate change, due largely to the […]

Florida #GopDeabte

LIVE – the Florida #GOPDebate

The next #GOPDebate was March 10, at Florida’s University of Miami. CNN hosted again with our old friend Jake Tapper of The Lead at the helm. This was the last debate before the March 15th Florida and Ohio primaries, a pair of winner-take-all contests in the respective home states of Marco Rubio and John Kasich.It’s no secret we’ve had some issues with Jake Tapper’s previous […]

Anthony’s Seminole County Commission Testimony

Good Afternoon Commissioners. My name is Anthony Rogers­Wright, I am the policy director for Environmental Action, a national non­profit with nearly 1,000,000 members. I am here on behalf of our members to urge you to adopt a resolution that would ban the hunting of Black Bears in Seminole County.Commissioners, I have been fighting this issue with a coalition of animal […]

GOOD News For The Bears

Last year we fought and fought to convince Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission (FWC) to #StuntTheHunt of Florida’s Black Bear. You already know they didn’t listen and the result was a Black Bear Bloodbath that took nearly 300 bears from the people of Florida. Worse yet, FWC announced plans to make the hunt an annual event despite not even knowing the […]

Florida #DemDebate

LIVE – Florida #DemDebate

The next Presidential #DemDebate is tonight, March 9, in Miami, Florida. It’ll be the second time Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton have met this week – and their eighth debate of the primary election.Univision will broadcast the debate in Spanish with Maria Elena Salinas and Jorge Ramos of Univision moderating along with Karen Tumulty from their co-host The Washington Post. There were some dramatic results to the […]

Climate/Racial Justice Makes An Appearance in Flint

Last week I delivered 100,000 petition signatures to the Democratic National Committee with friends from Color of Change, Daily Kos, Climate Hawks Vote, Friends of the Earth, Honor the Earth and the HBCU Climate Change Initiative. I must admit that I was skeptical. Even after we spoke with the DNC’s Deputy Communications Manager, who gave us assurances that Flint was not […]

#DemDebate Flint

Live – the Flint #DemDebate

Sunday’s #DemDebate in Flint was a Big deal. CNN’s Anderson Cooper, backed up by Dana Bash and Don Lemon did a great job asking questions on #JusticeforFlint, #ClimateJustice and more. Check it all out below and read Anthony’s recap here.Earlier this week we delivered nearly 100,000 signatures to the Democratic National Committee and CNN asking them to focus the Flint Debate solely on racial […]

Keeping Flint in Focus

Yesterday I had the honor and pleasure of delivering nearly 100,000 signatures to the National Headquarters of the Democratic National Committee (DNC). Our demand was simple, but powerful: Focus the Flint Debate this Sunday on Racial and Environmental Injustice. The coalition, made up of a diverse group of organizations including Color of Change, Daily Kos, Presente Friends of the Earth, 350.org, Historically […]

#GOPDebate Detroit

LIVE: the Post Super Tuesday #GOPDebate showdown in MI

The Super Tuesday elections are still sending shockwaves through the Presidential Primary field, and the next #GOPDebate is in Michigan before the dust settles. The debate starts at 9 p.m. Eastern on Fox news, and you can watch right here with us!Chris Wallace, Bret Baier, and Megyn Kelly will return as moderators tonight, but the field is far from settled. […]

Stop A Fracking Flip Flop In Florida

Thanks to the hard work and dedication of members like you, last week we struck a hard blow to fracking in Florida. On Thursday the State Senate Appropriations Committee voted, in bi-partisan fashion, 10-9 against Senate Bill (SB) 318 that would expand the extreme practice throughout the state and prevent local communities from banning it. But it’s not over yet, it’s […]

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