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In this week’s social shares: the toxic legacy of coal ash, endangered species protections for monarch butterflies and more.  Social Shares for FacebookSocial Shares for Twitter.@washingtonpost: Trump administration moves forward with Arctic oil plan wildlife staff deem ‘not adequate’ ▶️ more: https://t.co/fYJKLOE9cX ◀️Seismic testing can frighten polar bear mothers, causing them to abandon vulnerable cubs to die. pic.twitter.com/lUWzGp6tAB— Environmental Action (@EnviroAction) August […]
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Sharing stories about nature and the environment is a great way to ensure that your friends and family are up-to-speed on the issues that impact the clean air and water, wildlife and wild places we all treasure. In this week’s shares: the Trump administration’s lion hunting permits, red wolves, who pays for damage on our public lands and more. Sharing for […]
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You can amplify the impact of your efforts to protect the environment! Just share any (or all) of these social media posts and spread the word on important issues like who pays when developers damage wildlife and public lands, red wolves, wild drilling out Great Sand Dunes and more.    Amplify Your Impact on FacebookAmplify Your Impact on Twitter🚨 Help #SaveRedWolves […]