Hey Yo! A Somewhat Silly Dance-Meets-Rap Protest Song by Univer Soul. {Video}


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And an out-of-the-ordinary environmental awareness campaign and fundraiser. Continue reading

The Side Effects of Prescription Drugs on the Environment. {Infographic}


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From the time production begins until long after they are consumed, harmful chemicals have numerous opportunities to affect  Continue reading

Carbon Pollution: We’re All Paying the Price. {video}


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It’s time to put a price on carbon and make the polluters stop the carbon destruction.

We’re paying the cost through taxes, medical bills and Continue reading

The Largest Environmental Action in U.S. History—I Was There!


My son & I before the march. NO KXL in lipstick. (Note: No, that’s not real fur.) Photo taken (and lipstick provided) by Laura Sabransky.

Yesterday, an estimated 40,000 people gathered in Continue reading

Help Stop Shell’s Rush to Drill in America’s Arctic.


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Shell’s rush to drill in the Polar Bear Seas produced another blunder this month.

One of the company’s oil rigs, carrying 150,000 gallons of Continue reading

President Obama’s Major Challenge: Climate Change.


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The aging power plants that generate our electricity churn out more than two billion tons of carbon pollution every single year.

Why it’s so important that President Obama use his full authority under the Clean Continue reading

Coral Reefs: Under Threat & Why We Need Them. {Video}


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Photo: USFWS Pacific

More than 60 percent of the world’s reefs are currently threatened by local human activities.

By 2030, 90 percent of coral reefs will be threatened.

Coral reefs occupy less than one percent of the Earth’s marine environment, but are home to more than a quarter of all known marine fish species.

To learn more about coral reefs, why we need them and how we can help, watch this short film with ocean advocate Céline Cousteau and animated by cartoonist Jim Toomey (creator of Sherman’s Lagoon).

Please help the World Resources Institute protect coral reefs.

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