Scott Pruitt

Scott Pruitt is gone. Now help us turn the EPA around.

Late on the afternoon of July 5, 2018, something truly remarkable happened: Scott Pruitt just resigned as Administrator for the Environmental Protection Agency. This could be the turning of the tide for environmental protection. Please help us turn the EPA around!Pruitt’s resignation marks the end of what may have been the single most regressive tenure of any EPA Administrator in […]
African Lion (Photo by Bhargava Srivari on Unsplash)

In this week’s social shares for Facebook and Twitter: Scott Pruitt, red wolves, bees, elephants and lions. Share any or all of these stories on social media, and remind your friends and family just how important it is to protect nature and the environment!Facebook Social SharesTwitterAlready, more than 14,000 Environmental Action supporters have asked governors across the U.S. to ban […]

We need stronger climate action, not cuts to existing protections, so with your help, we asked the EPA to protect the Clean Power Plan!The Trump administration is trying to trash the Clean Power Plan. The plan aims to cut carbon emissions from the nation’s electricity sector 32 percent by 2030, compared to 2005 levels. It’s also one of the strongest actions ever […]
She needs the EPA. Don't you? (Photo: Pixabay)

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 […]

For Immediate Release Contact Anthony Rogers-Wright: 631-402-7855; anthony@environmental-action.orgPresident-elect Trump continues to engender a foundation of concern for those in the climate, environmental and social justice movements with his appointments to imperative federal positions. The nomination of Oklahoma Attorney General, Scott Pruitt to head the Environmental Protection Agency would be like asking David Duke to head a Civil Rights Commission named after […]