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[1THING] Blog: Archive for April, 2017

[ As a non-political scientist I don’t march – until now ]

Something changed during the first several weeks of Trump’s presidency. Science was under attack, and this was not okay.

     
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[ Trump opens door to stripping park and monument protection ]

Amid a new flurry of executive orders, Trump will direct Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke to examine all national monuments designated since the beginning of 1996, presumably with an eye toward shrinking their boundaries and reducing protection.

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[ Get outside on Saturday and celebrate our planet! ]

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In honor of Earth Day on Saturday, click here to check out a few eco-friendly tips to help you take care of our planet! 

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[ Pruitt visits East Chicago’s toxic neighborhoods – while slashing funding for lead control, cleanup ]

The hypocrisy hasn’t been lost on community activists who fought for years to try protect East Chicago children from lead poisoning.

     
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[ This emerging industry is creating American jobs that Trump’s policies will undermine ]

Trump is putting valuable home-grown jobs at risk by rolling back methane reduction policies.

     
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[ Public health attacks you missed during the Congressional recess ]

More toxic rivers and waterways, more mercury in the air, and more to come.

     
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[ Another industry-funded lobbyist tapped by Trump? ]

Industry influence in Trump's White House could expand: Kathleen Hartnett White, a lobbyist for a group in large part funded by the energy industry, is being considered for the Director of the Council on Environmental Quality.

     
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[ Another industry-funded lobbyist tapped by Trump? ]

Industry influence in Trump's White House could expand: Kathleen Hartnett White, a lobbyist for a group in large part funded by the energy industry, is being considered for the Director of the Council on Environmental Quality.

     
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[ Environmental groups urge Secretary Zinke to include public in public land policies ]

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Leaders from 16 prominent national conservation and environmental organizations sent a letter to Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke urging him to preserve commonsense energy reforms and ensure th

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[ Your Choice. ]

You have a choice.

If you’re reading this, you’re likely one of many Americans who cares about the health of our natural resources and making sure they’re still there down the road to nourish and sustain our children. You’re also one of many Americans who has watched recently as the progress we’ve made as a society to protect our planet is undermined.

But as a friend of EarthShare, you also know that we like to focus on solutions. You are an important part of that.

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This June, EarthShare is launching new initiatives to accelerate positive environmental change through the collaborative power of motivated businesses, individuals, and our nationwide network of environmental and conservation organizations. We believe we are more powerful when we join forces, and that’s why we’re reaching out to you now for your support.

Please consider making a donation this April in honor of Earth Month, and in the spirit of working together to protect what’s worth fighting for: Clean, breathable air. Drinkable water. Green, open spaces and ancient forests. Walkable communities and healthy schools. Renewable energy solutions. Wildlife and the habitat that is their home. Our children’s future.

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You do have the power to protect what matters to you. You can make a secure online donation through our website now that makes it possible for America’s oldest environmental coalition and our hundreds of member organizations to continue the work we do to protect people and the planet we all live on.

Never doubt that you have a choice about our environment’s future. As long as we have the support of people like you, we’ll continue to bring you solutions and care for the most valuable thing we can have: a healthy environment.

 

Thank you from all of us at EarthShare

P.S. Consider setting up a monthly gift through EarthShare and watch it grow – just $10 per month becomes an annual donation of $120 and helps us collaborate for solutions all year long!

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