Wednesday, December 11, 2013
SHARE if you agree!By year’s end, Congress must decide whether to continue helping the clean energy sector or prolong our dependence on dirty fuels that harm our health and environment by shelling out billions to Big Oil and other polluters. Act now before it’s too late! http://bit.ly/1bWzDmN

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By year’s end, Congress must decide whether to continue helping the clean energy sector or prolong our dependence on dirty fuels that harm our health and environment by shelling out billions to Big Oil and other polluters. Act now before it’s too late! http://bit.ly/1bWzDmN

Thursday, September 26, 2013
"In short, don’t believe the industry spin: the tar sands industry and the Canadian government are failing to manage water resources responsibly. It is critical that the United States see through the greenwashing efforts of the tar sands industry and the Canadian government and reject the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline. Approving Keystone XL or other tar sands pipelines would make the United States complicit in these unsustainable water withdrawals and the reckless spewing of toxic pollutants into the Athabasca River and watershed." - Elizabeth Shope, NRDC. Read more on this here.

 

"In short, don’t believe the industry spin: the tar sands industry and the Canadian government are failing to manage water resources responsibly. It is critical that the United States see through the greenwashing efforts of the tar sands industry and the Canadian government and reject the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline. Approving Keystone XL or other tar sands pipelines would make the United States complicit in these unsustainable water withdrawals and the reckless spewing of toxic pollutants into the Athabasca River and watershed." - Elizabeth Shope, NRDC. Read more on this here.

 

Friday, September 20, 2013
Demand Limits to Carbon Pollution
The EPA has just issued revised standards that will limit dangerous carbon pollution from new power plants. Great news given that power plants are responsible for 40 percent of our country’s carbon pollution! Help protect our children and future generations from the effects of climate change by urging the EPA to support these limits on carbon pollution from power plants!  Take Action


 

Demand Limits to Carbon Pollution

The EPA has just issued revised standards that will limit dangerous carbon pollution from new power plants. Great news given that power plants are responsible for 40 percent of our country’s carbon pollution! Help protect our children and future generations from the effects of climate change by urging the EPA to support these limits on carbon pollution from power plants!  Take Action

 

Thursday, September 5, 2013
From air and water pollution to triggering earthquakes, the dangers of fracking are frighteningly visible. And in California, we do not have the information needed to help protect our communities from these dangers. But a bill making its way through the state Assembly would require studies to evaluate the risks of fracking and other forms of well stimulation, notify communities of nearby fracking, make fracking chemicals public, identify seismic faults near fracking sites, and monitor groundwater before and after fracking. Californians - Tell your Assembly member — stand up to out-of-control fracking. Vote yes on SB 4 and protect our back yards!  Click Here 

From air and water pollution to triggering earthquakes, the dangers of fracking are frighteningly visible. And in California, we do not have the information needed to help protect our communities from these dangers. 

But a bill making its way through the state Assembly would require studies to evaluate the risks of fracking and other forms of well stimulation, notify communities of nearby fracking, make fracking chemicals public, identify seismic faults near fracking sites, and monitor groundwater before and after fracking. 

Californians - Tell your Assembly member — stand up to out-of-control fracking. Vote yes on SB 4 and protect our back yards!  Click Here 

Wednesday, June 12, 2013