Stand for Salmon

The Pebble Mine, a massive proposed open-pit mine to be built at the headwaters of the Nushagak and Kvichak Rivers in the Bristol Bay region, threatens one of the most productive salmon ecosystems in the world.

Stand for Salmon

The Alaska Center Education Fund staff and partners in Alaska are working to strengthen state laws to protect Alaska’s extraordinary rivers and wild salmon from irresponsible projects that threaten some of our nation’s last remaining wild places.

 

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Citizens for Responsible Oil and Gas (CFROG)

Ojai, CA

Citizens for Responsible Oil and Gas (CFROG)

CFROG is an environmental watchdog organization based in Ventura County, CA, which defends communities and wild places from the impacts of oil and gas extraction. We focus on public health, environmental justice, watersheds, airsheds, and the ocean, all as connected priorities.

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Ask Your Rep: Cosponsor the Women and Climate Change Act — Sierra Club

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Oakland, CA, United States

Ask Your Rep: Cosponsor the Women and Climate Change Act

Sierra Club

Climate change affects us all, but women are disproportionately impacted. The Women and Climate Change Act promotes approaches to climate change mitigation that uplift, include & empower women.

Tell Your Utilities: Don’t Buy Dirty Fuels from Former National Monuments — Sierra Club

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Oakland, CA, United States

Tell Your Utilities: Don’t Buy Dirty Fuels from Former National Monuments

Sierra Club

As of February, more than 2 million acres of formerly protected public lands are now open to mining corporations and energy developers that will try and sell fuels mined from the land. Help stop them.

Tell the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers: Do not harm the Hudson with storm surge barriers — Riverkeeper

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Ossining, NY, United States

Tell the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers: Do not harm the Hudson with storm surge barriers

Riverkeeper

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is considering six different plans to protect against coastal storm damage as part of its NYNJ Harbor and Tributaries Coastal Storm Risk Management Feasibility Study.


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