Tell your member of Congress to stand up for a bold environmental solution that matches the scale of climate crisis we're facing!
Local communities have long been opposed to Pebble Mine. More than 65 percent of all Alaskans, 80 percent of Bristol Bay residents -- including Native people -- and more than 85 percent of commercial fisherman strongly oppose it.
We need a democracy where voters are protected from discrimination and can make themselves heard at the ballot box — one that isn't bought and paid for by the highest corporate bidder.
Companies may intentionally or unintentionally replace these artificial ingredients with new ones being derived from genetic engineering that are marketed as “natural.” We need your help to stop that from happening!
Producing GMO apples may lead to an increase in pesticide use and may have other unintended consequences for our health and environment.
The proposed Pebble mine poses a significant and unacceptable risk to the fish, water, and fish-based industries of the region, and has the potential to destroy critical cultural heritage and food supply that Alaska Native tribes in the area have relied on for millennia.
Our national parks and public lands and waters help define who we are as a nation by telling the story of our historical, cultural, and natural heritage.
Rather than throwing its support behind industrial fish farms in our oceans, Congress should be building more support for sustainable seafood production alternatives.