One fish, two fish, millions of fish for clean water

By | Russell Bassett
Clean Water Digital Campaigner

As of Aug. 28, the Clean Water Rule is now the law of the land in most states. That means that the streams and wetlands that feed drinking water supplies for one in three Americans are now protected! This historic victory for our waterways and drinking water would not have been possible without all us “small fish” working together against the relentless and ruthless attacks of big polluters and their friends in Congress.

Regulating methane doesn’t solve the fracking problem

By | Michael Carter
Digital Campaigner, Stop Fracking Our Future Campaign

The Obama Administration proposed new rules to regulate methane gas from fracking. While this is an important step in addressing the problems with fracking, the process has many other dangerous aspects that are still unresolved. In the end, the only solution to fracking is to stop it altogether. 

Hope, not complacency

By | Bret Fanshaw
Solar Program Coordinator

President Obama one thing clear to me and other attendees of the National Clean Energy Summit on Monday – he is ready to tap into the power of the sun. In his speech in Las Vegas, the president stressed the urgent need to implement clean energy solutions in order to cut global warming pollution and strengthen our economic future. 

A decade of recovery: In the wake of Hurricane Katrina, extreme weather events are affecting us all

By | Katie Hammer
Digital Campaigner, Global Warming Solutions Campaign

10 years ago this week, our country was shocked by Hurricane Katrina, one of the worst natural disasters ever to touch the U.S. In the following decade, too many people, including myself, have been affected by global warming-fueled extreme weather events. We touch upon the growing saga of how Americans are affected by climate change and ask you to contribute your story.

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