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July 21, 2015 | Blog Post

Kayaktivists Say ‘Shell No!’ to Arctic Drilling

This past weekend, groups all around the country took a stand (and raised a paddle) to protect the Arctic Ocean. July 18 was a national day of action that included rallies, speeches by a U.S. Senator and Congresswoman and groups of kayaktavists who hit the water to say “Shell No” to Arctic drilling. Here are some of our favorite moments captured on social media. (You might recognize a few familiar faces, too!)

July 21, 2015 | Blog Post

Politics as Dirty as Coal Ash: House Bill Lets Polluters Off the Hook

On Wednesday, the House of Representatives will vote on HR 1734, Rep. David McKinley’s (R- WV) sixth attempt at a coal ash bill that protects his largest campaign contributors. This year’s bill weakens, delays or removes critical health protections recently established by the EPA to keep communities safe from toxic coal ash. Big utilities and coal companies want the new rule gutted, and McKinley and the House majority are eager to oblige.

July 20, 2015 | Job Post

Senior Financial Analyst



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July 20, 2015 | Blog Post

To the EPA: When the Energy Industry Wails, Don’t Back Down

This is a guest blog by Rev. Dr. Terry Gallagher. He is an ordained minister in the United Church of Christ. Educated originally as an engineer, Terry, following a 30 year career as an industrial manufacturing executive, answered the call to ministry. He attained a Master of Divinity degree from the Ecumenical Theological Seminary in Detroit and a Doctor of Ministry degree from the Chicago Theological Seminary. He served as a local church pastor in Michigan for seven years.

July 20, 2015 | Blog Post

Dumping Toxic Coal Ash Threatens the Great Lakes

Imagine running through endless rows of luscious trees that tower over you, while being enveloped by the sweet aroma of freshly ripened apples. Envision yourself walking your dog down a nature trail and being entranced by the transformation of green leaves to bright yellow, orange and red. See yourself walking through a calm, undisturbed forest, while the snowflakes slowly dance down all around you. Then, visualize yourself spending hot summer days running up vast sand dunes and diving head first into the clear, refreshing water of Lake Michigan.

July 20, 2015 | Job Post

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July 20, 2015 | Feature

Map: Crude-by-Rail Across America

Railroad shipments of volatile crude oil into America's cities have dramatically increased, with explosive results. See a map of major crude oil train accidents since 2012—and the communities that are fighting back.

July 17, 2015 | Blog Post

Arctic National Wildlife Refuge: The Sacred Place Where Life Begins

One thousand miles, 28 stops, one woman on a bicycle with a portable theater. This Saturday, Miho Aida finishes her cycling tour of the Northeastern United States, where she has been spreading the story of the Gwich’in people through her award-winning film “The Sacred Place Where Life Begins:  Gwich’in Women Speak.”

July 17, 2015 | Blog Post

Massive Mine Could Destroy One of the Last Best Places for Bull Trout and Grizzly Bears

Montana—where I’m fortunate to live and work—is often called “the last best place.” The moniker is a tribute to what makes our state unique: vast expanses of undeveloped land on a scale that can be found in few places in the lower 48. This unspoiled wildness makes Montana an incredible place to explore and an invaluable area for wildlife conservation.


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