"Water should be clear, but not invisible," - that's one of the taglines of the "Water's Worth It" campaign by the Water Environment Federation. The New England Water Communication's Collaborative aims to harness the power of this campaign to help elevate, in the public's eye, the importance of water and how vital it is to our day-to-day lives. As a result, May has been named "Water's Worth It" month.
It’s time to clean house at America’s worst bank.
Wells Fargo is at the center of America’s worst consumer abuses. They need to divest from harmful industries, stop predatory and discriminatory lending, and start putting people and planet first.
We are a compassionate collective working tirelessly to raise awareness to end the cruel Canadian #sealhunt for FUR. Although the demand for seal pelts used for fashion is in decline- We will continue to pressure the Canadian government to end all subsidies and thus ensure the barbaric seal slaughter is ended once and for all.
We all know that the internet is awesome. One of the things that makes it so incredible is how diverse and varied the users and content are. Unfortunately, many people don’t get to experience all the benefits that our digitally connected world offers - but together we can change that!
EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt is corrupt. His words and actions prove that he is strongly opposed to civil rights and environmental justice. He has even gone as far as actively working to tear apart our environmental protections.
Your Representative could help kick Pruitt out of the EPA by publicly demanding his removal. But we need your help to push them to act.
On April 20, 2010, B.P.’s Deepwater Horizon rig exploded, caused by a well blowout that killed 11 crewmembers and ignited a massive fireball visible from more than 35 miles away. 2018 marks eight years since the Deepwater Horizon disaster resulted in an oil gusher that flowed for 87 days and discharged 4.9 million barrels (or 210 million gallons) of oil into Gulf waters.
On 23 April 2018 the Amadiba Crisis Committee, represented by their lawyers Richard Spoor Inc. and the Legal Resources Centre, is taking the Department of Mineral Resources (DMR) to court over attempts to mine their land in Xolobeni on the Wild Coast in the Eastern Cape. The applicants will request the court to rule that the DMR cannot issue a mining license without the community’s consent.
On April 17, Enterprise will hold its seventh annual Legislative Action Day. Representatives from Enterprise’s offices across the country will join our senior leadership team, D.C. staff and partners from the Enterprise Community Leadership Council for meetings on Capitol Hill to discuss the importance of funding for affordable housing and community development programs.
Petition: Make it compulsory for companies to put the warning ‘This Product Contains Palm Oil. The Manufacturing Of Palm Oil Is Destroying Rainforests And Driving Orangutans Towards Extinction’ on food packaging labels.