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Génesis Abreu 13h
. feeling your bars in your latest. If you ever want to learn more about what is doing to address climate and environmental issues you have an open invitation to tour the hood with !
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Moore Charitable 18h
We support partners in who fight to hold polluters accountable. Industrial agriculture is responsible for its own waste. Polluting our waterways & communities has never been OK. Please let this be a wake up call.
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Northwest Health Foundation 11h
Great article about ,the Youth Environmental Justice Alliance and their incredible transit equity work!
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Helen Tjader 42m
“About 3.4 million chickens and turkeys and 5,500 hogs have been killed in flooding from Florence as rising North Carolina rivers swamped dozens of farm buildings where the animals were being raised for market, according to state officials.”
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Robert D. Bullard 48m
Dr. Benjamin F. Chavis, " must lead the movement for environmental and climate justice. We must build a strong intergenerational movement for justice."
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Democratic AGs 8h
Replying to @DemocraticAGs
Care about clean air & clean water? Vote for Weiser in November.
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Dr. EFleming 14h
Connecting and Community Health: Effects of Hog Production in North Carolina
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Democratic AGs Sep 18
Replying to @pweiser
Phil Weiser is the only AG candidate who has the legal skills to fight to protect our planet for future generations. Vote for this November.
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drweber4lamesa 55m
ENDORSEMENT ALERT!! I’m excited to receive the endorsement from the San Diego County Democrats for Environmental Action
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Dances with Wolves 2h
Our third grade Elementary school circled in Red
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Sarah Durant Sep 10
Protestors report has started but why no official statement? Such secrecy is unacceptable. Public have a right to know when & where badgers are killed & if gunmen are roaming local woods & fields at night
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NCMJ 19h
In many sources of disproportionately affect low-income communities and communities of color. Authors from , , and write about in the latest issue of the NCMJ
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Mustafa Santiago Ali Sep 11
Old and in the way: could barrel over landfills, waste lagoons, hazardous waste sites and more creating a toxic soup. via
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Mustafa Santiago Ali Sep 17
Catastrophic continues from as waters rise & now a new threat from breaching ponds, lagoons & Sewage Spills into rivers and streams, as many are literally loosing everything.
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UpLift California 10h
This plume of smoke means contaminants going into the air and directly into our communities lungs. This "common occurrence" is shameful.
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EDGI Sep 18
In this guest post about the border wall and justice for humans and non-humans, professor calls for combining our thinking about human and ecological systems in order to create conditions where diversity thrives.
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Lisa Marshall Sep 12
"our dependence on carbon-rich fuels is changing how our children are growing up. About 5.4 million Californians, primarily in low-income communities, live within a mile of an oil or gas well and breathe polluted air." now!
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heidi cuda Sep 9
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Lori Lou Freshwater Sep 12
Replying to @loufreshwater
“Meanwhile, she said, students at UNC's public health school matched permits issued by DENR to addresses on a map. The sites were all located in minority communities, "and you can see that on a map without a doubt.”
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Leila 6h
Looks fantastic! Special Issue. Resurgence, , and Movements for . Guest Editor: Jaskiran Dhillon.
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