CHOOSE A WAY TO GET INVOLVED AND MAKE A DIFFERENCE TODAY!
Take action today to voice your opposition to new oil and gas leasing in the Gulf and your support for a clean energy future!
The Mississippi River influences the Gulf and the United States in more ways you can imagine. Take action today to support the Mississippi River Restoration and Resilience Act (MRRRI).
Petrochemical corporations are racing to build new, dirty projects – increased fracking, pipelines, oil and gas terminals, and massive plastics plants – from the Permian Basin and across the Gulf Coast.
FL’s politicians have missed multiple opportunities to protect our waterways and marine life from nitrogen and phosphorus pollution and algae smothering rivers, lakes, springs, and bays. It’s time to act.
Please — sign our citizens’ petition urging the Environmental Protection Agency to increase federal oversight over the safe treatment, storage, and disposal of radioactive phosphogypsum and process wastewater. Sign our petition to the EPA
Taylor Energy’s wells need to be permanently plugged. Taylor Energy should be held accountable for their pollution, and an investigation into the root causes of 14 years of inaction should be initiated by Congress.
New Orleans continues to be vulnerable to flooding as we grapple with aging, outdated infrastructure and more frequent and stronger storms. Tell Mayor Cantrell to embrace a comprehensive approach to stormwater management
Join with thousands of others across the Gulf coast and pledge to support a permanent ban on oil and gas drilling near Florida’s Gulf coast.
Since its passage in 1973 with bipartisan support, the Endangered Species Act has been incredibly successful at achieving its goals – preventing 99% of listed species from going extinct. Take action today to protect it.
The fight to stop Formosa Plastics from building a mega-polluting petrochemical plant in St. James Parish, Louisiana, has reached a crucial turning point. After a lot of hard work — through the power of the people and robust legal opposition — construction has been delayed.