Save the Envrionment.Org: More Arctic Drilling? SHELL, NO!
Shell Oil recently announced that it will not drill in the Arctic Ocean in 2013! But, unless we act now, this reprieve will be temporary – Shell intends to resume its dangerous Arctic drilling operation next year.
Shell's history of failing equipment and careless accidents in our Arctic means there's no time to waste. An oil spill in our Arctic waters is not a question of "if," but "when."
We must use this "pause" to convince the Obama administration to put a stop to Arctic drilling before a spill occurs, which would be devastating for this pristine wilderness and its wild inhabitants.
NRDC: Save Whales From Deadly Sonar!
The U.S. Navy's plan for testing and training with dangerous mid-frequency sonar and explosives could kill more than 1,000 marine mammals over the next five years. Tell the National Marine Fisheries Service to reject the Navy's reckless plan and put safeguards in place that will protect marine animals without compromising military readiness
350.org: Pledge to stand in the way of Keystone XL
350.org: Pledge to stand in the way of Keystone XL.
The Keystone XL pipeline would connect the tar sands in Alberta, Canada to oil refineries on the Gulf Coast. It would stretch 1,700 miles and cross 6 states, threatening freshwater supplies in America's agricultural heartland and deepening our dependence on some of the dirtiest energy on the planet.
Keystone XL must be stopped. And we're not going away until it is. Take this pledge to add your voice and join us for future actions.
Credo Action: Stop the Grand Canyon uranium mine!
The U.S. Forest Service is allowing a Canadian company to open a destructive uranium mine on the south side of the Grand Canyon, flying in the face of a major ban on new uranium mining at the Grand Canyon, passed last year by the Obama administration
Tell the U.S. Forest Service: Don't allow uranium mining on the Grand Canyon.
EWG: Tom Collichio Wants to Require Foods with Genetically Engineered Ingredients to be Labeled!
As a chef and restaurateur, it's extremely important to me to know what I'm cooking with. Is it too much to ask to know what I'm really feeding my family?
Sen. Barbara Boxer, D-Calif., and Rep. Peter DeFazio, D-Ore., will introduce a bill that would do what more than 90 percent of Americans want: require foods with genetically engineered ingredients to be labeled.
The Environmental Working Group is fighting hard in support of the Boxer-DeFazio bill and your right to know. Stand with EWG and me and let your senators and representative know today that you want them to support this right-to-know legislation.
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