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Stop Practice of Intentionally Harming Environmental Activists --- PLEASE SIGN!!!
Environment  (tags: USA, rolling coal, destruction, energy, environment, health conditions, humans, pollution )

Lynn
- 105 days ago - forcechange.com
There is a new hobby for anti-environmentalists involving the intentional emission of blankets of soot on pedestrians and other cars. These protesters need to be stopped from harming the environment, and more importantly innocent people.
Our Biggest Chance to Tackle Global Warming ! PLEASE SIGN ! !
Environment  (tags: environment, pollution, protection, destruction )

Cher
- 149 days ago - secure3.convio.net
President Obama just proposed the biggest action we've seen in years to fight global warming - setting the first-ever limits on global warming pollution from existing coal plants, the single largest source of global warming pollution in America
Photos: Living in the Shadow of the Bhopal Chemical Disaster(Chemical Warfare Against Humanity)
Environment  (tags: healthconditions, endangered, ecosystems, destruction, habitat, pollution, protection, world, water, nature, humans, environment )

Wild
- 149 days ago - motherjones.com
Thirty years after the Union Carbide leak killed thousands, residents are still dealing with contaminated water, toxic waste, and lingering diseases.
Permanent Protest Setup at Proposed Tar Sands Strip Mine in Utah
Environment  (tags: energy, tar sands, CO2emissions, wildlife, water )

Laura
- 149 days ago - ecowatch.com
Construction of what could become the first tar sands strip mine in the U.S. is expected to begin this summer in Book Cliffs, UT, with bitumen production and sales expected to commence next year. Local community members have vowed to stop the controversia
Climate Change Is Turning Your Produce Into Junk Food - Via Bill Moyers
Environment  (tags: Scientific Research, CO2 levels, Food Crops, Human Health, Environment, World )

Victoria
- 164 days ago - billmoyers.com
In a recent paper published in Nature, a global team of scientists found that heightened levels of atmospheric carbon make key staple crops eg wheat, rice, peas and soybeans less nutritious by causing a significant decrease in essential minerals.
Five Groups Fighting Climate Change - Bill Moyers
Environment  (tags: Climate Change, Bill Moyers, Activist Organizations, Environment, World )

Victoria
- 164 days ago - billmoyers.com
If you are interested in taking action to combat climate chaos, here are five organizations on the front lines of the fight.
Ban Pesticides Linked to Human Illnesses and Birth Defects in US - Force Change
Environment  (tags: Food Industry, Pesticides, Human Health, Eco-system, US, Sustainability, Petition to sign )

Victoria
- 159 days ago - forcechange.com
If agricultural employees have to wear safety suits and masks to spray food with pesticides in the field, how can it be safe to eat? Sign this global petition to ban toxic chemical pesticides and adopt environmentally friendly methods of agriculture.
Save Oregon & California Wild Rivers in US From Nickel Strip Mining - Via Earthworks
Environment  (tags: US, Rivers, Salmon, Habitat, Eco-systems, Mining Industry, Petition to sign )

Victoria
- 154 days ago - org.salsalabs.com
Sign to stop foreign companies who want to strip mine for nickel in the unique wild lands in Southwest Oregon and Northwest California. Sign this global petition to protect pure water rivers, native salmon, steelhead streams and botanical species.
Canadian Man Stops Oil Companies By Turning Property Into Artwork - Via Phil Irish (Artist)
Environment  (tags: Environment, Oil Industry, Art, Protection, Good News )

Victoria
- 154 days ago - phil-irish-artist.tumblr.com
Peter Von Tiesenhausen, artist and activist, has developed artworks all over his property in northern Alberta Canada. By copyrighting his property (ie the top 6 inches) as an artwork, he has successfully prevented oil companies from drilling beneath it.
Tell McDonald's: Billions of Burgers Are Bad for Our Future ACTION
Environment  (tags: climate-change, McDonalds, wildlife, habitatdestruction, ecosystems, animals, wildlife, food, health )

Nancy
- 179 days ago - action.biologicaldiversity.org
McDonald's may not be the restaurant of choice for many environmentalists, but it's the choice of about 70 million people every day. This gives McDonald's a huge influence over the industry and the eating habits of people throughout the world -- and by...
 
 
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