6 posts categorized "Vote the Environment"

November 04, 2008

Just Do It


October 30, 2008

Gordon Smith Carried Their Water

In 2002, U.S. Sen. Gordon Smith (R-OR) coordinated with the White House to divert Klamath River water to Oregon farmers. That short sighted decision resulted in the deaths of 70,000 salmon and countless fishing businesses along the California coast.

Next Tuesday Oregon voters have a chance to divert Gordon Smith out of the U.S. Senate

October 28, 2008

Taste We Can Believe In



September 01, 2008

I'm melting, melting. Ohhh, what a world, what a world


The North Pole has become an island for the first time in human history.

Four weeks ago, tourists had to be evacuated from Baffin Island's Auyuittuq National Park in northern Canada because of flooding from thawed glaciers.

The park's name means 'land that never melts'.


June 27, 2007

Turns Out Dick Cheney Killed the 77,000 Klamath Salmon


Law and science seemed to be on the side of the fish. Then the vice president stepped in.

Via: The Washington Post  LINK

November 06, 2006



Your individual vote in the midterm elections has the power to affect numerous environmental issues. The candidates you choose will, in effect, decide the fate of our natural environment.

    * With an additional two votes, the Senate would have removed Arctic National Wildlife Refuge drilling from the Budget.
    * The current leadership in the House has proposed selling off 15 National Parks, gutting the Endangered Species Act and cutting funding for environmental protection by $2.85 billion.
    * The fate of our National Forests, especially pristine roadless areas, now hinge on Governors taking a stand in the next two years.
    * To date, 248 Mayors from 41 states have endorsed the US Mayors Climate Protection Agreement, which strives to meet or beat the Kyoto Protocol targets in their own communities, through actions ranging from anti-sprawl policies to urban forest restoration projects to public information campaigns.  VIA Patagonia  LINK

Vote the Environment 2006 - A Message from Yvon Chouinard  LINK

How do your candidates rate on environmental issues? LINK


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