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The clothing industry is responsible for a huge carbon footprint. Rather than contributing to the problem, we as consumers can be a part of the...

Sep 24, 2020 Blog Post

Plastic waste sits in landfills, cities, and forests. It breaks down into microplastics that fill the ocean, accumulate in wildlife, and cause health problems in...

Sep 15, 2020 Blog Post

In today’s deeply polarized political landscape it’s hard to find issues that Americans agree on. But a bipartisan recognition of the importance of protecting our...

Sep 8, 2020 Blog Post

Mangroves protect us against hurricanes and absorb more carbon than most other tropical forests. After years of deforestation and degradation, new mangrove reforestation initiatives give...

Sep 8, 2020 Blog Post

The changes in America’s production of waste during COVID give us an opportunity to reevaluate the waste problem in our country as a whole and...

Aug 17, 2020 Blog Post

From mass extinctions to super storms and melting ice caps, the world is in the midst of interlocking crises of climate change and loss of...

Jul 28, 2020 Blog Post
Pollution at Our Beaches and How to Prevent It

The Clean Water Act, adopted in 1972, set the goal of making all of our waterways safe for swimming. Nearly a half-century later, Americans visiting...

Jul 22, 2020 Report
The COVID-19 pandemic spotlights the importance of public lands

A surge in visitors to public lands across the nation during the COVID-19 pandemic has illuminated just how much we crave the outdoors. With visitor...

Jul 20, 2020 Report

Over the last four months, while the COVID pandemic has occupied the forefront of the American public’s consciousness, the Trump administration has indefinitely suspended a...

Jul 9, 2020 Blog Post

The task at hand is not to “go back” to life in the 1960s or 1970s. The challenge, rather, is to envision a lifestyle and...

May 12, 2020 Blog Post

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