Millions of Americans are ready for a political revolution. As we’ve seen in every protest from Occupy and Black Lives Matter to No KXL and Democracy Spring, the American people are demonstrating their political savvy and an awareness that we need change.
This morning, Friends of the Earth Action President Erich Pica of was arrested on the steps of the U.S. Capitol building in an unprecedented mass sit-in to reclaim American democracy from the deep-pocketed and anti-environmental special interests emboldened by the U.S. Supreme Courts’ Citizen’s United ruling.
Whether opposing the Keystone XL pipeline, opposing climate killing trade deals or supporting a carbon tax, Sen. Sanders continues to demonstrate an urgency to act on climate change.
Secretary Clinton is attacking Senator Sanders for daring to acknowledge what scientists know -- we are going to need to do much more on climate change.
In choosing Senator Sanders, the voters of Michigan made it clear that they oppose harmful trade deals that offshore U.S. jobs and destroy our environment.
From his willingness to tackle climate change head-on, to his proposal to cleanse Lake Erie of the toxic algae blooms that threaten drinking water from Toledo to Cleveland, PG has repeatedly shown courage and commitment.
State Sen. Jayapal has a strong, progressive record of leadership on the issues most important to FOE Action and our members.
People across this country understand that it will take a political revolution to solve the intertwined crises of the environment, income inequality and economic injustice; and Friends of the Earth Action is committed to fostering that revolution from the ground up.
Tonight’s Supreme Court decision has delayed the implementation of the Clean Power Plan while we are running out of time to combat climate change. It did not, however, address the merits of the case.