Native American lands are at the heart of the Dakota Access Pipeline debate, bringing back memories of the Keep America Beautiful campaign of the 1970s.
Articles by Ronnie Citron-Fink
Read about the Dakota Access Pipeline protest and learn why protecting sacred lands for kids and future generations is a priority for Native American moms.
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Read some of President Obama’s comments as the COP21 climate summit gets underway in Paris.
Use this climate change tracking tool to assess the U.S. ratio between hot and cold temperature records as it stands for the period of the last 365 days.
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Read a letter signed by over 65 Mayors from around the country urging President Obama to set the strongest possible protections against smog pollution.
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Read about IKEA’s initiatives to sell earth friendly products and make stores that use renewable energy sources and help fight climate change.