USA: Trump To Open Up 90% of America’s Offshore Areas To Development.

The Trump administration just pledged to open up 90 percent of America’s offshore areas to development as part of its new five-year plan for oil and gas drilling.

 

Zinke Adds Oceans to the Chopping Block

https://www.nrdc.org/experts/nrdc/zinke-adds-oceans-chopping-block?source=conf

 

 

A reversal of President Obama’s offshore drilling ban,

this disastrous proposal threatens marine life and coastal communities and contributes to the ever-growing dangers of climate change.

Tell U.S. Department of the Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke to start putting the public good before polluter profits and protect our fragile coastal waters.

Action

https://act.nrdc.org/letter/ocs-5-yr-zinke?s_src=act_nrdcnewsletter&utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=mainlink&utm_campaign=email&t=6&akid=315%2E1402806%2EWfq0Ti

 

Week 49: As We Approach the End of Trump’s First Year, the DOI and EPA Are in Tatters

Read more – https://www.nrdc.org/onearth/week-49-we-approach-end-trumps-first-year-doi-and-epa-are-tatters?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=story1&utm_campaign=email

 

Why coal has no future

The Trump administration’s argument for coal only makes sense if you know nothing about how the electrical grid works. Watch this, and you’ll know more than they do.

Learn more: http://on.nrdc.org/2CRVUlu and take action! http://on.nrdc.org/2zb1VaE

https://www.facebook.com/nrdc.org/videos/10155896293499454/

 

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