The Bangor Daily News is right. Scott Pruitt is too extreme to be in charge of the EPA. U.S. Senator Susan Collins should vote no on his confirmation.

Scott Pruitt is too far outside the range of acceptable cabinet nominees

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The risk of Keystone XL to our waters, land and climate far outweighs the relatively few jobs that it will create.

The Keystone XL tar sands pipeline is still a bad idea

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We were honored to stand for climate action at the Women's March on Washington on Saturday.

Women are not only on the front lines of environmental and health crises—we are essential to the solutions. Watch NRDC President Rhea Suh's #WomensMarch address.
The Trump administration's assault on our environment is unlike any we've faced. Here’s how you can speak up.

Trump's Assault on the Environment

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Trump's EPA nominee Scott Pruitt has a long history of climate denial and attacking the very agency he would manage.

TAKE ACTION and tell your senators to oppose Scott Pruitt's confirmation: [ On.nrdc.org Link ]
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“Someone nominated to lead the EPA should know, off the bat, that there’s no safe level of lead for human exposure―a fact that’s hard to miss, frankly, after more than two years of news coverage about the city of Flint’s public health crisis.”

—Mae Wu, senior attorney at NRDC

Scott Pruitt Is Unsure How Much Lead Is Safe For People (The Answer Is None)

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They put the platform in the water next to the Wahlenbergbreen glacier in Svalbard, Norway. And there, renowned pianist Ludovico Einaudi played a short original composition: “Elegy for the Arctic.”

As glaciers crumble around him, a pianist plays an elegy for the Arctic

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Yesterday's historic #WomensMarch was awe-inspiring! Thank you all for coming out to show your support. You showed that women matter. You are proof that people engaging in democracy can make real change. As strong as this administration may think it is, we will always be stronger. Stay tuned for how we can keep this momentum going!

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In this new video, director Fisher Stevens and Ed Norton explain why allowing Scott Pruitt to run the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency would be a disaster for the environment. Please watch and share!

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2016 was the hottest year on the historical record and the third consecutive record-breaking year.

The Earth Set a High Temperature Record in 2016—for the Third Year in a Row

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"Women matter.

And we are NOT going to be shy about standing up for what matters to us.

Here’s what matters to me. That my daughter inherit a world that is more just and sustainable than the one that I inherited from my parents.

A world where a healthy environment is a basic right for all of us — regardless of where we live, how we vote, or what we look like.

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NRDC President: Trump government 'is putting polluters first'

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Today, we were proud to join Planned Parenthood and Gathering for Justice in cosponsoring the Women's March on Washington! NRDC president Rhea Suh spoke about our work fighting for the protection of our rights to clean air, safe water, and healthy communities. Women are not only on the front lines of environmental and health crises—we are essential to the solutions. Read Rhea's full remarks...
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Women Matter – Natural Resources Defense Council

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Our environmental protections, carefully constructed through decades of bipartisan cooperation, are in danger. But we—you, NRDC, and everyone who cares about our future—have the power to stop the Trump agenda. READ, share, and find out how you can take action. #WomensMarch

Help Stop Trump's Assault on the Environment

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"Climate change, in this case, is also a reproductive justice issue."
—NRDC science reporter Perrin Ireland #WomensMarch
"One woman turns into one march, and one march turns into an entire movement. That’s a powerful thing." —NRDC President Rhea Suh at the Women's March on Washington

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Read NRDC President Rhea Suh's remarks from the Women's March on Washington this morning.

"Here’s what matters to me: That my daughter inherit a world that is more just and sustainable than the one that I inherited from my parents.

A world where a healthy environment is a basic right for all of us — regardless of where we live, how we vote, or what we look like.

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Women Matter: Remarks from NRDC President Rhea Suh at the Women's March on Washington

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Today, NRDC is proud to be joining the Women's March on Washington! NRDC's president Rhea Suh will be speaking, along with an inspiring roster of leaders. Follow their page for more info and a live stream starting later today.

#WomensMarch

Here’s who will be speaking at the Women’s March on Washington on Saturday

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Good morning! For those joining us for the #WomensMarch today, we'll be meeting at 9 am. Our NRDC tent is at Maryland SW & Independence. More specifically on the southwest corner of the southern split of Maryland Ave. Look for our NRDC shields, blue hats and orange bandanas.

If you're not able to march with us, sign our solidarity pledge to support the movement: [ On.nrdc.org Link ]
"Instead, the Trump administration has a page promising “An America First Energy Plan” that makes no mention at all of global warming — except to note that Trump plans to eliminate many of Obama’s climate policies. (In fact, there are no mentions of climate change anywhere on Trump’s WhiteHouse.gov.)"

Trump has replaced the White House climate change page with... a pledge to drill lots of oil

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