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Tell the administration: project mature and old-growth trees and forests.

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Save America’s Oldest Forests

Forests

Save America’s Oldest Forests

Our mature and old-growth forests are a natural treasure worth protecting but many of them are threatened by logging.

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Accidents waiting to happen: Industrial toxic chemicals
The Freedom Industries plant in West Virginia, site of a major 2014 chemical spill into the Elk River

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Accidents waiting to happen: Industrial toxic chemicals

Across the United States, thousands of facilities use or store chemicals that are harmful to people and the environment. Many of these facilities are located along waterways, where leaks or spills pose a risk of catastrophic damage.

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Protecting our natural environment is our human responsibility. We don't own nature—we're a part of it. The solutions are out there. The first step is to call our elected officials in Harrisburg and Washington, D.C. Let them know we'll vote them out if they don't act now. Martha Morgan, Member, PennEnvironment
I encourage everyone to care for our environment because every aspect of our lives depends upon it, and we are the ones responsible for its care and preservation. Theresa Gallant, Member, Environment Washington
It is now apparent that we need to take significant action in the next few years if we are to have any chance of avoiding the really significant impacts of a changing climate. Bruce Parker, Member, Environment America
I support Environment America because I think we need more than individual action. Sara Rahimian, Member, Environment America
It's a real privilege to do this work. It can be frustrating at times, it can be tedious at times, but it's also incredibly rewarding. Emily Rusch, Vice President and Senior Director of State Offices