Please sign and share this petition in an effort to stop the new project known as the Algonquin Pipeline Extension that is scheduled to be implemented in New York and other East Coast areas. Such an extension proposed to push fracked gas throughout these
On the coast of California, fisheries are closing and wildlife animals are at serious risk of seizures. The reason is a deadly neurotoxin produced by algae as a result of nitrogen runoff. As nitrogen runoff increases, the biotoxin-domoic acid-is reaching
A prohibition on toxic orange clouds is a promise for our health, safety, and welfare. Please, take the simple and effective step of ensuring that poisonous blasting emissions are kept in check at coal mines throughout the nation.
"WORLD LEADERS from government, business and civil society will gather in New York on September 23 for a United Nations climate summit. After two decades of failed talks, it will be the latest attempt to make progress on a global treaty to reduce GHG..."
"In a detailed interview, the biologist explained what the environmental impact reports omit: the real impacts on the flora and fauna of the Tehuantepec Isthmus. These negative impacts extend not only throughout Mexico, but also into the ecosystems..."
The science is clear: we have to keep two-thirds of fossil fuels in the ground to avoid catastrophic climate change, so why are we looking for more? We need to start keeping oil in the ground, and the Amazon is a great place to start.
"Here's the basic version: About 3 billion people around the world -- mostly in Africa and Asia, and mostly very poor -- still cook and heat their homes by burning coal, charcoal, dung, wood, or plant residue in their homes. These homes often have poor..."
Sign the petition to join millions of people who believe in the protection of the Arctic. We want to create a global sanctuary at the North Pole, and prohibit oil drilling and industrial fishing destructive.
According to a white paper by the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ACEEE), actions that have already been taken, are planned, or that are now underway, could have a net present value, through 2040, of $2.6 trillion.
Wild weather and unpredictable seasons are changing what farmers can grow and is making people hungry. Food prices are going up. Food quality is going down. Soon, climate change will affect what all of us can eat.