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July 21, 2017 | Action Alert

Fund communities and natural landscapes not senseless walls

The 2,000-mile stretch of land between the U.S. and Mexico contains one of the most diverse ecosystems in North America with wildlife such as the endangered Mexican gray wolf, jaguar, bighorn sheep, and ocelot calling it home. It is also where President Trump wants to build a 30-foot border wall. We need your help to stop it.

July 21, 2017 | Action Alert

Toxic pesticides are killing bees—urge the EPA to act

A mounting number of studies show that bees are dying at an alarming rate, due in large part because of neonicotinoid exposure. This is bad news for beekeepers and many agricultural crops that depend on bees, the planet’s most important pollinator.

July 20, 2017 | Action Alert

Stop the nation’s largest coal export terminal from being built

This project would spread toxic coal dust in dozens of Northwest communities, clog our railroads and ports, risk our families’ health, pollute our air and water, and stoke the climate crisis. Let’s make sure this proposal is stopped in its tracks once and for all.

July 20, 2017 | Action Alert

Our marine monuments and sanctuaries are under attack

Our marine sanctuaries and monuments conserve treasured places within our oceans and Great Lakes. Don’t let the Trump administration open these areas up for destructive oil and gas drilling, undersea mining, and commercial fishing.

July 20, 2017 | In the News: Mother Jones

Coal Ash: Coming to a Town Near You?

Lisa Evans, Senior Administrative Counsel, Earthjustice: “This is the injustice of it all. Building a landfill is 19th century technology. The money [utility companies save] amounts to pennies.”

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