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Alachua County Says No to Florida Plan for Huge Toll Roads
GAINESVILLE, Fla.— The Alachua County Board of County Commissioners voted unanimously today to oppose a plan to build new toll roads through some of Florida’s last wild places.Read more.
Tucson’s Pueblo High to Host Climate Science, Advocacy Forum
TUCSON, Ariz.― Tucson conservation and human-rights groups are joining Pueblo High School students to host a half-day environmental forum Saturday on climate science and advocacy training.Read more.
‘Frostpaw the Polar Bear’ Arrives In Iowa to Kick Off Extinction Crisis Campaign
DES MOINES, Iowa— The Center for Biological Diversity’s Frostpaw the Polar Bear touched down in Des Moines today, ready to join wildlife advocates and volunteers in kickstarting a new campaign to urge all the presidential candidates from each political party to address the wildlife extinction crisis unfolding in Iowa and around the globe.Read more.
No Roads to Ruin Coalition to Launch Campaign Against Florida Toll Roads at Capitol Thursday
TALLAHASSEE, Fla.— The No Roads to Ruin Coalition, an alliance of more than 50 Florida-based organizations and businesses, will unveil its strategy to stop Florida’s destructive toll road plan, known as M-CORES. On December 5 at 11:30 a.m., leaders from across the state will call upon Gov. Ron DeSantis to halt M-CORES.Read more.
North Carolina Governor Urged to End Duke Monopoly, Transform Energy System
RALEIGH, N.C.— In the wake of Hurricane Dorian, the Energy Justice NC Coalition today called on North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper to end Duke Energy’s monopoly and transform the state’s electricity system to 100 percent renewable energy as soon as possible.Read more.