Keeping ship and boat sewage out of the Sound is good for human health, local economy, and wildlife
The Department of Justice has chosen to green light the Bayer-Monsanto merger despite widespread opposition from farmers and other stakeholders across the country.
The Environmental Impact Statement was deeply flawed, failed to account for the acoustic impacts on Southern Resident Killer Whales and failed to account for the real risk of a worst-case spill.
Over 54,000 Friends of the Earth members and activists voiced their opposition to the Trump Administration’s plans and reminded Zinke that his job is to protect our public lands, not sell them off to oil interests and restrict access to what is left to only the wealthy.
Scott Pruitt prefers conspiring in private with polluters rather than defending his corrupt agenda in public
Renting a townhouse from the spouse of a fossil fuel industry lobbyist is the ultimate example of corruption and illustrates exactly why Scott Pruitt must be fired.
Now is the time to invest in movement-building and developing deeper alliances with social, economic and racial justice organizations as well as transforming our members and activists into real on-the-ground power through grassroots organizing
Donald Trump has coerced South Korea into accepting changes in the U.S.-Korea trade agreement that would increase exports of U.S. cars that fail to meet Korea’s auto emissions standards.
Washington Governor Jay Inslee signed legislation today that will phase out industrial ocean fish farms in state waters. House Bill 2957 bans new leases to non-native net pen operations and prohibits the renewal of existing leases.
Allowing refineries to process increased amounts of tar sands exposes our communities and the environment to devastating and irreversible damage.