The Trump Administration is trying to rework key parts of the Endangered Species Act, putting hundreds of species at risk. Biodiversity is critical to keeping our planet’s life-sustaining ecosystems stable, so this new threat is no joke.
Call your members of Congress TODAY and ask them to stand up for the ESA.
It’s not all sunshine and clean water yet though: he’s being replaced by coal lobbyist Andrew Wheeler, who has indicated he’ll use his position to help his coal industry buddies. So celebrate Pruitt’s departure, but keep on the alert for more attacks on the environment from his successor.
It’s official! After lots of signature-gathering (some by your hosts here at GreenBaes), I-1631 will be on the ballot in Washington State. We have an amazing opportunity to lead the country in switching to renewables in an economically just way.
If you’re a Washington resident, we need your support. Visit the Yes on 1361 website for info on what you can do to help!
Black Diamond, Washington is facing an environmental problem: the coal mine which closed over 50 years ago due to nonviability might be reopened under the Trump Administration’s obsessive plans to promote coal. This would be an environmental disaster for the small town.
Sign a petition HERE to help the residents say no to coal pollution in their town!
It’s go time on climate! Next month, on July 21, a giant youth-let climate march will be kicking off across the nation. Find out how you can contribute HERE, or Google ‘This Is Zero Hour March + [Your location]” to find a march near you.
The Bears Ears National Monument is in danger from mining companies. It has been an important reservoir for wildlife since before European colonization of the Americas, and continues to be a sacred site for the Navajo, Ute, and Hopi peoples.
Sign the petition in support of expanding Bears Ears HERE.
The Trump administration is moving the repeal the Endangered Species Act, a game-changing piece of environmental legislation that has been protecting plants and animals from extinction since the 1970s.
Sign a petition in support of the Endangered Species Act HERE.
Public outcry works– the proposed Pebble Mine, which would have been devastating to Alaska’s salmon fishery– has lost a major backer. The fight isn’t totally over, but this is a major step towards victory.
Today kicks off a week of action in Washington State’s 7th District to persuade Rep. Pramilla Jayapal to back the OFF Act (H.R. 3671). This legislation would map out an economically just transition for the United States from a fossil fuel economy to a renewable economy by 2035.