This is an important about-face for Clinton, who was initially inclined to support the pipeline during her tenure as Secretary of State.
Sen. Sanders’ bold ideas and real solutions to addressing climate change, inequality and promoting a transformative economy that prioritizes public health and the environment over corporate profits, have earned him an enthusiastic endorsement from Friends of the Earth Action.
It’s heartening to hear that Gov. Bush sees the absurdity of Big Oil subsidies, especially since campaign cash from polluters has blinded so many of our elected officials.
Chemical companies are digging deep into their pockets to fight these labeling laws for one reason--to protect their pesticide and GMO seed profits.
By taking her last stand on a pipeline that does not even enter Louisiana, Sen. Landrieu has sardonically chosen oil company profits over the people of her state. Sen. Landrieu’s dominance of energy issues within the Senate Democratic caucus would ensure six more years of legislative inaction on climate change -- six years the American people cannot afford.
riends of the Earth Action announces its endorsement of several gubernatorial, Senate and House candidates around the nation, throwing support behind candidates whose positions represent the best leadership on the issues most important to FOE Action and its members.
The ClimateSilence.org campaign, led by Forecast the Facts and Friends of the Earth Action, is releasing a new political advertisement today, “Romney vs. Sandy.”
Thank you Mr. President for breaking the climate silence that has enveloped the 2012 presidential campaign. Climate change is having a dramatic impact on the United States and the world.
President Obama and Governor Romney have once again failed the American people by not using the debate to talk about the most serious threat to our economy, our security and way of life: climate change.
Thousands of climate activists will participate in an online protest against climate silence today, the date of the final presidential debate between President Obama and Governor Mitt Romney.