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Shaffaf Naseer Jun 16
Nothing is more beautiful than the loveliness of our . No body is coming to because of the artificial things people create. Safe guard our precious environment for generations to come.
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The Voda Foundation Jun 11
💦A MUST READ: Who owns America's water? Not you. Not if you're an average American citizen. in America. Via
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Mustafa Santiago Ali Jun 16
Remember When Authentic Leadership Focused On Protecting Us! “Some may still deny the overwhelmingly judgement of science, but none can avoid the devestating impact of ragining fires and and crippling drought and more powerful storms...
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Mustafa Santiago Ali Jun 17
Exclusive: Rick Scott’s GoodOleBoy Network ‘Rookie Mistake’ On May Cost up To 30 Million Dollars & The Waste From The Storm Ends Up In Landfills In Our Most Vulnerable Communities!
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Mustafa Santiago Ali Jun 15
Honored to join some of the world’s most innovative scientists, conservationists, explorers, storytellers and change makers at this years National Geographic Explorers Festival as we discuss, “Saving Ourselves from Ourselves”
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Friends of the Earth 13h
Replying to @foe_us
We are now shutting down Pennsylvania Ave to call for .
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Génesis Abreu Jun 16
The 1st module of Environmental Health & Justice Leadership Training (EHJLT) focuses on understanding in our communities & around the country. Participants are able to see how is the movement’s response to environmental racism.
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Mustafa Santiago Ali Jun 16
Never forget: & Is A A Healthy & Sustainable Planet Is A You Cannot Live Without All 3! & We Can’t Win On Without Authentic Partnerships With Communities @NatGeoFest
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Future Law Jun 16
"The first principle of is honouring Mother Earth. If we did that, it would change everything... we have to listen to frontline communities." - Mustafa Santiago Ali on panel.
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Jacque Cahilig Pascua Jun 9
This happened days ago, so frustrating. How can you possibly put so mucn trash on a plant that's growing healthy and beautifully.
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EJF Jun 9
Saiko is a highly organised practice, accounting for an estimated 100,000 tonnes of illegal catches in 2017. The statistics reveal the stark inequality of this trade. Watch EJF’s latest film to find out more about this destructive fishing practice.
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Antonio Vivaldi Jun 16
Congratulations, . You took away curbside recycling pickup to punish a Davis immigrant neighborhood, making it even easier for white bums to trash. And you got away with it by making recycling pickup free for everyone else, obscuring the robbery.
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EvolveOurPrisonFarms Jun 17
Adding a prison farm could damage Feihe image. Strategically it is unwise. Economically it is unnecessary. Ethically it is unjustifiable. , , and .
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hache té 🔥☕️🔥 Jun 16
This is a depiction by the children of Manchester of the community that is their home, where they feel safe. They deserve for it to not be toxic.
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Mustafa Santiago Ali Jun 9
Today is the March for the Ocean 🌊 We Must Protect Our Oceans & The Vulnerable Communities Who Are Depending On Them For Survival! Together We Can Win✊🏾! Info:
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Yutep Jun 16
ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE YOUTH CONFERENCE RALLY happening NOW at Bradley Plaza- “When the air we breath is under attack, what do we do?? Stand up!! Fight back!!” @pacoimabeautiful
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Jessica 🌱 Jun 12
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WE ACT for EJ Jun 14
WE ACT’s intrepid interns are putting together a timeline of the environmental justice movement in both English and Spanish, looking at its history here in New York and around the country.
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Manny Teodoro Jun 12
. talking about lead service line replacement in Cincinnati as a matter of and at .
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Caitlin Scott Jun 10
Los Angeles is home to some of the wealthiest people in the world, yet minorities and those of low socioeconomic status are most vulnerable to environmental racism. See how 2 LA neighborhoods are affected by this issue across race and income.
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