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Tell President Obama: Keep Fossil Fuels in the Ground!
Environment  (tags: fossil fuels, fossil fuels left in the ground, environment, BIG OIL, Big Oil Companies, OIL MONEY = ANIMAL CRUELTYl!!!, politics, healthconditions, pollution, habitatdestruction, energy, ecosystems, nature, destruction, government, usa )

Anonymous
- 1 hour ago - action.foe.org
With one executive action, the President could stop Shell, the Koch brothers and others from pillaging lands and waters. This would be the seismic shift that we need against an unspeakable future.
TAKE ACTION NOW! COAL INDUSTRY IN COLOMBIA: Stop the River Diversion at Cerrejon
Environment  (tags: mining interests, pollution, protection, coal industry, humans, habitat, habitatdestruction, environment, destruction, ecosystems, world, healthconditions )

Cal
- 7 hours ago - action.globaljustice.org.uk
The Cerrejón coal mine in Colombia has already forcibly relocated thousands of people from local communities. Now the mine wants to divert one of the area's few rivers to access more coal - but it is one of the main sources of water for people there
PESTICIDES: Pineapple Industry Leaves Costa Rican Communities High and Dry
Environment  (tags: pesticides, pollution, corproate greed, saftey, healthconditions, protection, pollution, world, habitat, habitatdestruction, politics, ecosystems, environment, destruction )

Cal
- 8 hours ago - ipsnews.net
Twelve years after finding the first traces of pesticides used by the pineapple industry, in the rural water supply, around 7,000 people from four communities in Costa RicaâEUR(TM)s Caribbean region are still unable to consume their tap water.
Demand Oil Company Clean Up Spill
Environment  (tags: oil spill, pollution, habitatdestruction, animals, healthconditions, nature, oceans, protection, wildlife, ecosystems, water, humans, politics )

Sara
- 14 hours ago - forcechange.com
Another devastating oil spill has hit Santa Barbara s beaches. It s estimated that 21,000 gallons of oil leaked onto the beach when a pipeline ruptured off the coast of Refugio State Beach.
TAKE ACTION: Leaking Toxic Chemicals for 10 Years?
Environment  (tags: toxic chemicals, holston river, tennessee, army ammunition, health, environment, endangered, healthconditions, humans, nature, pollution, world )

Lone
- 16 hours ago - takeaction.takepart.com
The Holston River in Tennessee is threatened by the release of a toxic chemicalâEUR"RDXâEUR"from the Holston Army Ammunition Plant, putting the local water supply and the communityâEUR(TM)s health at risk.
   

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