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To broaden your regional impact as a climate advocate, take a cue from these two cases.
Remember: Your state representatives work for you.
When creating nationwide change, ensuring a "just transition" to a greener future must be a priority for all.
Having a low-carbon house isn't just better for the world—it will also save you serious money.
America’s largest irrigated crop isn’t corn or soy—it’s grass. Lawns cover more area than Georgia, and their upkeep deepens the climate crisis.
Spread climate solutions by taking visible actions in your community.
We all have one, and identifying yours is the first step in becoming an advocate for climate action.
Document reveals unsustainable focus on old-growth logging in the Tongass National Forest.
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