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Big Agriculture

We’ve known since the 1970s that big agriculture is responsible for serious nitrate pollution problems in California, but until recently, state regulators have let them off the hook.

smoke from a coal-fired power plant / shutterstock, Ralf Broskvar

In order to protect communities where state government fails, the EPA is responsible for implementing plans to meet national standards regarding sulfur dioxide (SO2) pollution.

Ask your legislators to continue to work to phase out toxic chemicals!

A sea otter tries to rescue her pup from a plastic bag / photo: Terry McCormac

Act now — sign the pledge to vote yes for California's bag ban on the November ballot.

Take the Pledge!

Pledge to reduce your reliance on single-use disposable products and packaging.

Three glasses of water on a table. Photo credit:  bunyarit / Shutterstock

Tell the Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA) to protect our health and our drinking water by drafting a stronger Nitrogen Management Rule!

A coal ash dump. Photo Credit: Nenad Zivkovic / Shutterstock

In January the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality (VDEQ) issued Dominion Power two permits to drain over 300 million gallons of toxic coal ash wastewater into the Potomac and James River.

Tell the Board of Pharmacy today to endorse the DEA’s safety rules for drug disposal programs and get out of the way of protecting our water and our communities.