Environment America Research and Policy Center Latest Blog Posts

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Mitchell Ukropina
Our Wild Forests Campaign, Associate

The Tongass is the only habitat in the world that supports all five species of Pacific salmon

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Morgan Folger
Director, Destination: Zero Carbon

In order to address climate change, the shipping industry must dramatically reduce global warming emissions by electrifying their trucking fleets.

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Sammy Herdman
Save The Boreal Forest Campaign, Associate

For the second year in a row, Procter & Gamble (P&G), investors discussed the company’s impact on forests at the annual shareholder meeting.

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Sammy Herdman
Save The Boreal Forest Campaign, Associate

Environment America Research & Policy Center delivered 33,564 petition signatures to the shareholders of Procter & Gamble (P&G), parent company of Charmin and Bounty. The petition called upon P&G shareholders to act to end the use of virgin wood in tissue paper products such as to help preserve the Canadian boreal forest.

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Sammy Herdman
Save The Boreal Forest Campaign, Associate

 Environment America Research & Policy Center organized consumers across the U.S. from Sept. 20 to 25 to urge Procter & Gamble to commit to reducing forest degradation in their supply chain.

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Ellen Montgomery
Director, Public Lands Campaign
Kelsey Lamp
Protect Our Oceans, Advocate

President Biden delivers a major conservation win, a thrill to all who worked on this

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Sammy Herdman
Save The Boreal Forest Campaign, Associate

Environmental groups urge P&G shareholders to stop harming people and the planet through its  palm and pulp supply chains.

Environment America's new Alaska organizer is taking her experience working with Environment America's members on a variety of campaigns to Alaska. Read more about why she decided to move from Colorado to Alaska and what she'll be working on.

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Ellen Montgomery
Director, Public Lands Campaign

When it comes to making paper products, home products and construction materials, alternatives to using centuries-old trees exist. Paper products can be made from recycled paper and wheat straw. Buildings can be constructed with reclaimed wood. And bamboo is being used everywhere -- from paper to tools to flooring. This is the third blog in a series compiled by Environment America Wild Forests Intern Natalie Dryja exploring the many alternatives to timber and wood pulp.

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Wade Wilson
Go Solar Campaign, Associate

I’ve been blessed with a life connected to the great outdoors. I want future generations to enjoy the same.