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March 29, 2017 | Feature

Reactions To The EPA’s Refusal To Ban Chlorpyrifos

"It is shameful that EPA, an agency that is mandated to protect people and communities, refuses to ban chlorpyrifos, despite the harmful health impacts it has on children and farmworkers." -- Hector E. Sanchez, Executive Director of the Labor Council for Latin American Advancement

March 29, 2017 | Blog Post

Move Aside Trump, California’s Future Is Electric

While President Trump tries to roll back America’s efforts to fight climate change, California charts its own path by investing $1 billion to electrify the state’s ports, warehouses, buses and cars.

March 28, 2017 | Blog Post

Executive Order Takes Aim at Climate Safeguards

In a potentially devastating blow to the Earth’s climate, President Trump’s new executive order ends the Interior Department’s moratorium on coal mining on public land and begins a repeal of the landmark Clean Power Plan.

March 28, 2017 | Feature

What You Need To Know About Chlorpyrifos

For half a century, U.S. staple foods such as corn, wheat, apples and citrus have been sprayed with chlorpyrifos, a dangerous pesticide that can damage the developing brains of children, causing reduced IQ and attention deficit disorders.

March 28, 2017 | Feature

Coal mining on our public lands poses serious costs that we can no longer afford.

President Trump is issuing an Executive Order directing the Department of Interior to resume giving away tens of thousands of acres of public lands to the coal industry. Our public lands belong to all Americans. As our window to address catastrophic climate change rapidly closes, we cannot bow to short-sighted corporate interests and allow our lands to be destroyed in ways that ultimately hurt us all.

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