SEND A VALENTINE TO AN EPA STAFFERTimes are real tough at the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) right now.Climate deniers -- Doug Ericksen and Scott Pruitt -- are running the show while people who’ve dedicated their lives to protecting the environment, and human health are being silenced.Show EPA staffers you care. Send them these special Valentines on February 14th. Add your name and don’t forget to personalize your card with a quick note!
For years, the fossil fuel industry has had its eye on Whatcom County, Washington as one of the last undeveloped deep water ports on the West Coast.
From coal to oil to natural gas, the community has continually faced the threat of carbon pollution equaling twice the amount of what entire state of Washington produces.
- This morning, Donald Trump signed two executive orders advancing the Keystone XL and Dakota Access Pipelines, demonstrating -- as expected -- his willingness to advance his own business dealings and embrace climate denial while communities and the climate hang in the balance.
At Stand.earth, we have two things to say loud and clear.
Donald Trump's presidency brings with it very real fears about what he will do to impose the hateful, divisive policies he campaigned on.
We must prepare ourselves to do everything we can to fight back. Whether it’s racial justice, climate change, women’s rights, religious freedom, or countless other causes that people like you fight for every day, we can’t wait for Trump to turn our worst fears about his presidency into a reality. We must protect the progress we have made and continue to fight the battles we are yet to win.
On Friday, June 3rd, a crude oil train traveled through the scenic Columbia River Gorge, a national treasure and one of the most beautiful spots in a country blessed with some of the most stunning places on Earth. It went slowly through the small town of Mosier, OR. Children sat in class, no doubt looking forward to the weekend, people stopped by the post office, enjoying the rituals of small town life. Then the ground shook. Explosions rocked the area and a plume of thick black smoke snaked its way into the sky.
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