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Jennifer Skene
Environmental Law Fellow with NRDC's Canada Project
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RetroNewsNow Apr 10
🇺🇸For those who may have forgotten, George Washington was the first President of the United States from April 30, 1789 to March 4, 1797, who won both the popular vote & the Electoral College vote in both of his elections for President without assistance from a foreign power
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Greta Thunberg Apr 8
Once again a reminder of what we need to do. To this we add tipping points, feed back loops, additional warming hidden by air pollution and the aspect of equity. We don’t only need new politics, we need a whole new way of thinking.
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James J. A. Blair Apr 3
Delighted for the opportunity to reflect on my advocacy for in an inspiring issue of the Journal of Ethnobiology. Here is the link to my new article, “Splintered Hinterlands: Public Anthropology, Environmental Advocacy, and Indigenous Sovereignty":
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Joshua Axelrod Apr 3
Excited to see this platform launch. Every day, our natural systems need to be getting the attention they deserve as we confront the growing climate crisis:
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Timothy Snyder Mar 27
A puppet does not collude. It performs.
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Shelley Vinyard Mar 27
How selling "softness" ignores some of the more...uncomfortable facts about 's reliance on 100% virgin forest fiber. It's time for to start using recycled material instead of clearcut trees. Read 's blog here:
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Margie Kelly Mar 26
Charmin's "Soft" Sell to Consumers via
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Gene Park Mar 24
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NRDC 🌎 Mar 21
It’s ! Forests are of irreplaceable value to our communities, wildlife, and environment, but they’re threatened. In Canada, trees are being turned into throwaway products like toilet paper. Tell it's time to change:
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Shelley Vinyard Mar 21
It's and released a poll with showing that 85% of Americans want toilet paper that's made responsibly and sustainably. , listen to the people, TP shouldn't come from clearcut trees!
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Danna Smith Mar 21
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Jennifer Skene Mar 21
Replying to @ricklollarmusic
Hahaha yessss preciousss! And thanks!!!
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Shelley Vinyard Mar 21
Happy 30th to my friend and colleague, . Read her powerful reflections on how the planet has changed, but the political will to protect our forests and save the climate has not, in the 30 years since she was born.
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Jennifer Skene Mar 21
I turn 30 today, and I wrote a blog on how the scariest thing about it is the toll we've taken on our forests and climate in my lifetime and our 30 years of wasted time.
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Jennifer Skene Mar 20
Once again, a really powerful weapon that no one should wield is destroyed in New Zealand. That's how it's done.
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Jennifer Skene Mar 14
Replying to @MaryHeglar
This...is absurd, reductive, and thoughtless on every level.
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Shelley Vinyard Mar 12
and I have a new blog out to explain why 's sustainability claims don't tell the full story.
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John Muir Project Mar 10
Did you know that trees talk to one another and share resources through an underground system of roots and fungus? Forests are truly a community! Logging destroys this support network, but fires do not.
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NRDC 🌎 Mar 6
Now that you know the “issue with tissue,” it’s time to act! But wait…what if your favorite toilet paper brand wasn’t on our the scorecard? What about hemp or bamboo TP? Your questions and more answered:
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Jennifer Skene Mar 5
Everything you ever wanted to know about the sustainability of toilet paper asked and answered.
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