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Tell The Home Depot: Preserve the boreal forest

The Canadian boreal forest is the largest remaining primary forest on the planet. It stores 300 billion tons of carbon, provides habitat for threatened boreal caribou, billions of birds and a multitude of other species.


Clean water to drink and clean air to breathe; healthy lakes, rivers and forests; sources of energy that don’t pollute and never run out — all this should be the heritage we leave to future generations.

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A wave of youth ocean activism in Boston
Group of students stand in front of whale on UMass Boston's campus holding a


A wave of youth ocean activism in Boston

Over 150 students from across the region attended the first-ever New England Youth Ocean Summit about and took action in support of protecting our oceans from rising temperatures, pollution, plastic, deep-sea mining, and more.


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The issues and initiatives Environment Oregon takes are critical, both for understanding and combating climate change, and I’m proud to be a member. Dennis Johnson, Member, Environment Oregon