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Elizabeth Warren exits 2020 presidential race

Friends of the Earth Action proudly supported Senator Warren during the 2020 election because she articulated a bold vision for our future

Friends of the Earth Action endorses progressive challengers ahead of Super Tuesday

With the climate crisis upon us, we need to replace moderate and conservative politicians with real environmental leaders who will pass bold and urgent climate legislation.

Pipeline fighters and frontline community members rally against Atlantic Coast Pipeline at Supreme Court

Activists, pipeline fighters and members of frontline communities gathered on the steps of the Supreme Court today to protest the Atlantic Coast Pipeline, a fossil fuel project that would devastate North Carolina.

Environmental groups call for end to Duke Energy’s toxic influence in North Carolina Politics

A coalition of environmental groups across North Carolina is calling on all candidates running for local, state and federal office to pledge to reject money and gifts from Duke Energy, Dominion Energy and their affiliates.

“The fight of our lives”: Friends of the Earth Action endorses Betsy Sweet for U.S. Senate

Sweet, a longtime environmental activist and the only major Democratic candidate who supports a Green New Deal, seeks to unseat Maine’s long-time U.S. Senator, Republican Susan Collins.

Friends of the Earth Action endorses progressive champions for California’s 2nd, 17th, and 50th Congressional districts

We encourage our members, supporters, environmentalists, and Democratic voters in California to make the right choice on election day. Our future depends on it.

Friends of the Earth Action Announces Dual Endorsement of Sanders and Warren

Never in our 50-year history has Friends of the Earth Action been in the position of having two such inspiring and fearless progressive leaders to choose from.

Elizabeth Warren signs “No Big Ag Money” Pledge

Today a coalition of food, farming, food chain worker and environmental groups announced that 2020 presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren has signed the No Big Ag Money pledge. The pledge, launched last week calls upon 2020 presidential candidates to reject contributions from large food and agribusiness corporation executives, lobbyists, and PACs.

Coalition Launches “No Big Ag Money” Pledge Targeting Presidential Candidates

Today a coalition of food, farming, food chain worker and environmental groups called upon 2020 presidential candidates to pledge to reject contributions from large food and agribusiness corporation executives, lobbyists, and PACs.

Trump attempts to gut NEPA

The Trump Administration is again taking action to weaken environmental protections. The Council on Environmental Quality's (CEQ) expected new proposal undermines the bedrock protections afforded under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) by weakening the review process and allowing major infrastructure projects to ignore greenhouse emissions.