Spread the Word: Week of September 7, 2018
Spread the word about key environmental issues with this week’s social shares. In the spotlight this week: giraffes, bad news for bees, an emotional plea from an Alaskan fisherman, grey wolves, and much, much more.
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Inaction and delay are unacceptable responses to climate change. We must speed the transition to cleaner power and transportation choices: https://t.co/cli748FCli
— Environmental Action (@EnviroAction) September 1, 2018
🐝 Add your name to help restore the ban on #bee-killing pesticides in our national #wildlife refuges. 🐝
▶️ Take action: https://t.co/kVNsQa5nGV ◀️ pic.twitter.com/QTdL5zLq5P
— Environmental Action (@EnviroAction) September 2, 2018
Listing #giraffes under the #EndangeredSpecies Act would save the beloved — and increasingly imperiled — animals from trophy hunters and the grisly trade in giraffe body parts.
More: https://t.co/mxQgUdrQzs pic.twitter.com/j5p4CGy27i
— Environmental Action (@EnviroAction) September 3, 2018
You can help save #wolves. 🐺
🐺 Make your voice heard: https://t.co/pxbcwIMVTH ◀️
🐺 Retweet to amplify your impact for #wildlife by spreading the word. pic.twitter.com/p9G3Pa9E0w
— Environmental Action (@EnviroAction) September 4, 2018
The Tongass National Forest is one of the last, best, wild places in America. We should all speak out to protect it.
🌲 Tell the Forest Service: Don’t Pave Over Tongass: https://t.co/dGZVMYVatx ◀️ pic.twitter.com/JBmpd9OsKF
— Environmental Action (@EnviroAction) September 5, 2018
A local fisherman, guide and hunter says Alaska’s #BristolBay — the world’s most important wild salmon fishery — must be protected from toxic mining #pollution.
Read his emotional plea: https://t.co/04reYwivFq pic.twitter.com/101AkyISzT
— Environmental Action (@EnviroAction) September 6, 2018