October, 2018

Amendment 74: Bad for Wildlife, Bad for Colorado

“Under 74, we will no longer be able to control our own destiny.” – Mayor Herb Atchinson, Westminster, CO Amendment 74 is too extreme for Colorado. The state’s current recovery …

Clean Water Act Turns 46 – Let’s Keep It Strong

Once upon a time, industries were allowed to dump so much pollution into our rivers, lakes, and streams that water actually caught fire. Rivers like Ohio’s Cuyahoga River caught fire …

State Climate Policies Gain Steam, Help Save the Planet

Reflections on the Global Climate Action Summit and other signs of progress Those of us who have been following climate change at a national level know that there hasn’t been …

Blazing the Path to Real Climate Solutions

What’s the first word that comes to mind when you think of Washington state? For me, it’s rain. I associate the state with dark green, lush vegetation, and lots of …

El huracán María dejó en evidencia la importancia de la…

Happy Campers Protect Wildlife, Even in the Fall: 6 Tips…

7 Ways Congress Could Help Safeguard Communities, Wildlife From Hurricanes

The White House’s Illegal Ethanol Boost Would Hurt People and Wildlife

Yesterday, President Trump traveled to Iowa to announce that he is instructing the Environmental Protection Agency to loosen restrictions on selling higher blends of ethanol in gasoline. He, of course, …

EPA’s Latest Proposal: More Mercury In Fish and People

This administration’s attempts to roll back clean air, clean water, climate, and other environmental safeguards are numerous and sometimes overwhelming. Yet, continued public watchfulness is necessary, as evidenced by the …

How Hurricane Maria Proved the Importance of Natural Infrastructure

It has been a year since Hurricane Maria made landfall in Puerto Rico, leaving behind a trail of devastation. With winds of 155 mph, the Category 4 hurricane not only …

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