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Take Action: Don't Let the Senate Pollute Our Drinking Water Take Action: Don't Let the Senate Pollute Our Drinking Water

Americans expect and rely on clean water. They should have confidence that the streams feeding their drinking water supplies will not be recklessly polluted or destroyed. Since 1972, the Clean Water Act has given our communities commonsense protections to ensure our health. But instead of standing in support of the Clean Water Act, Senator Barrasso (R-WY) is asking your senators to vote for an amendment to a spending bill that would allow the continued dumping of pollutants and the destruction of streams, wetlands, lakes, and other waters in every state.

Tell your senator to support clean water and oppose Senator Barrasso's dirty water amendment.


Take Action: Send a Message of Thanks to the EPA and the DOT Take Action: Send a Message of Thanks to the Obama Administration

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Transportation are proposing new fuel-efficiency and carbon-pollution standards for passenger cars and trucks manufactured from 2017 through 2025. This is the biggest single step we can take to curb climate disruption and cut our addiction to oil. These vitally important standards will protect our environment, economy, and national security.

Tell the Obama administration thanks for these strong car standards.

Grassroots Activism: Speaking Out Against Coal in NH Grassroots Activism: Speaking Out Against Coal in NH

The New Hampshire Beyond Coal campaign made news last week when its coalition turned out dozens of people to an EPA public hearing on a water permit for the coal-fired power plant in Bow. The draft permit would require the utility to upgrade its cooling system to reduce massive fish kills by 95 percent. Beyond Coal activists and coalition partners, including Conservation Law Firms and Stonyfield Farms, dominated the hearing.

Resilient Habitats: Why They Are Important Resilient Habitats: Why They Are Important

Sierra Club Resilient Habitats Campaign Director Fran Hunt is now a columnist -- and her latest piece is on why we must actively work to create resilient habitats where plants, animals, and people can survive and thrive on a warmer planet.

Read more on the Lay of the Land blog.


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