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Send a Message to the U.S. Forest Service: Stop Letting Nestlé Suck San Bernardino Dry!
Environment  (tags: water, resources, California, drought, Nestle, greed )

Freya
- 3 days ago - actions.sumofus.org
Despite the fact that California is running out of water, Nestle continues to suck San Bernardino National Forest dry on a permit that expired 28 years ago. But in the next 48 hours we could change that.
TAKE ACTION NOW! Tell the Senate: Stop the Native American Land Grab
Environment  (tags: indigneous land rights, sacred land, back door deals, environment, destruction, ecosystems, politics, pollution, healthconditions, protection, wildlife, government )

Cal
- 2 days ago - act.credoaction.com
In a secret, backroom deal, Congress snuck language into a must-pass defense bill to transfer sacred Native American lands in Arizona to a multinational copper mining company.
Black Lives Don't Matter, Black Votes Do: The Racial Hypocrisy of Hillary and Bill Clinton
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: Bill Clinton, Hillary Clinton, hypocrisy, Black Vote, Black Lives Matter, prison population, welfare reform, New Democratic Party, Wall Street, great wealth )

BMutiny
- 8 days ago - counterpunch.org
When Clinton took office in 1993 the prison population in the U.S. was roughly 855,000. When he left office 8 years later it exceeded 2 million. Today it is about 2.25 million, and 4.7 million more citizens are on parole or probation. Private prisons
After Vote to Remove Brazils President, Key Opposition Figure Holds Meetings in Washington
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: Brazil, coup d'etat, 1964 coup, Washington, D.C., politics, economy, democracy, Michel Temer, USA, President Rousseff, impeachment, military dictatorship, news, propaganda, media, government, dishonesty, elections, cover-up, lies )

Jess
- 14 days ago - theintercept.com
THE U.S. HAS been notably quiet about this tumult in the second-largest country in the hemisphere, and its posture has barely been discussed in the mainstream press
New Video Featuring Mark Ruffalo With Bernie Sanders
Environment  (tags: Bernie Sanders, Presidential campaign 2016, Mark Ruffalo, video, renewable energy, Burlington, VT )

Dandelion
- 15 days ago - berniesanders.com
The strength of this country is that we have so much diversity. We do better when we are a people who appreciate, who love, respect people from all over the world who bring their own values and traditions and become part of the American experience.
PETITION - Don't Let Timber Companies Burn Down Forests With Impunity
Environment  (tags: Timber Industry, burning forests, carbon emissions, FOREST DESTRUCTION, Air pollution, Emissions Reduction, Climate Action, habitat loss, prevention of wildlife loss, responsibility, ecosystem conservation, stronger protection laws )

Sabine
- 15 days ago - forcechange.com
Don't pretend that burning forests doesn't produce carbon emissions to the benefit of timber companies. The U.S. Senate is poised to give the logging industry permission to burn forests for energy in spite of the science saying that doing so will...
The UK Government Just Okayed a Plan to Sow Bee-Endangering Seeds Across the Country.
Environment  (tags: environment, destruction, bees, petition )

Elaine
- 15 days ago - action.sumofus.org
Any day now, Bayer and Syngenta's toxic bee-hurting seeds could be sown -- wreaking even more havoc on our bees.
Send a Lump of Coal to the Government
Environment  (tags: environment, destruction )

Elaine
- 14 days ago - foe.co.uk
The Government has accepted the Paris Agreement and pledged to phase out coal power stations. Yet it's still allowing vast opencast coal mines to be dug up next door to communities and beauty spots across the UK.
Stop Railway Construction in National Parks PETITION
Environment  (tags: environment, habitat, protection, wildlife )

Anna
- 13 days ago - animalpetitions.org
Stop the construction of a railway line that is disrupting elephant habitat through two national parks.
'Catastrophic': Up to 3,500 Gallons of Nuclear Waste Leak at Washington State Storage Site
Environment  (tags: Hanford Nuclear Reservation, nuclear waste leak, Washington State, DOE, plutonium )

Judy
- 14 days ago - rt.com
While the Department of Energy called the leak "anticipated" and the state Ecology Department said there was no danger to the public, the former Hanford worker who first discovered the leak had a different analysis.
 
 
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