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Climate change

  1. Give the Gift of Health!

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    Support SEHN’s legal, intellectual, and scientific work for the environmental health movement “To support the work of environmental public health is to bolster the probability of a non-event: The tumor that never metastasized. The baby carried to term. The carefree child on the playground. For 20 years, prevention has been the work of the Science…Read More →

  2. November Networker — Grassroots Organizing: The Roads Home

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    SEHN Networker Volume 20 (9) November, 2015 Grassroots Organizing: The Roads Home Confronting the Hydra Dear Reader, We have so much to share this month. The Keystone XL pipeline victory was huge. What an incredible moment in the transition away from fossil fuels. We celebrate the groundswell of people who came together to make that happen….Read More →

  3. Mind the (COP21) Gap: Introducing Climate Countdown – a webseries on the path to Paris

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    “We will move to a low-carbon world because nature will force us or because policy will guide us. If we wait until nature forces us, the cost will be astronomical.” – Christiana Figueres, Executive Secretary of the UN Framework Convention on ClimateChange   “2015 is the big year for climate change and this web-series is…Read More →

  4. Making history! SEHN intervening in the Bakken Pipeline on behalf of Future Generations

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    Press Release: Fight against pipeline proposals in the Midwest will continue with Dakota Access Pipeline and Upland Pipeline (original post on Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement, with the Bakken Pipeline Resistance Coalition)     Iowa Utilities Board hearings will be held Nov 12 – Dec 3   Beginning Thursday, Nov. 12, the Science & Environmental Health Network…Read More →

  5. County Boards of Supervisors are Key Decision-­‐Makers in the Dakota Access Pipeline Matter

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    Iowa is facing an unprecedented project in the proposed Dakota Access pipeline that will stretch from the Bakken oil fields in North Dakota to a facility in Illinois. It traverses Iowa over the longest route possible, a diagonal from the northwest to the southeast. It crosses rivers, wetlands, and drainage districts. It threatens archaeological sites,…Read More →