You can help make sure our parks and natural areas are protected forever.
In June, the U.S. Senate voted on the Great American Outdoors Act, which aims to address conservation and recreation needs at our beloved national, state, and local parks. Next, the U.S. House of Representatives needs to vote on this act to secure full funding for programs like the Land and Water Conservation Fund.
Please take action right now by messaging your member of congress to help build support in the U.S. House of Representatives. The health of future Floridians depends on people like you speaking up for conservation to their elected officials.
In the middle of an unprecedented global pandemic, the Trump administration has directed the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to shed its responsibility to protect our health. COVID-19 is a respiratory disease, and dirtier air only makes matters worse.
While most Americans are focused on the crisis, the Trump Administration’s favor factory is running overtime, putting polluters over people with breathtaking frequency, breadth, and speed.
Your voice is needed now. Send Trump and email or Tweet with our easy one-click form.
With the COVID-19 pandemic leaving many workers unsure of their next paycheck, we’ve teamed up with other statewide clean energy and climate justice partners to help Florida families stay connected in crisis.
We’re asking Governor DeSantis to order all energy utilities in Florida to immediately suspend all power disconnections for non-payment, reconnect households that were disconnected before the state of emergency was declared on March 9, 2020, and waive associated late fees and other fines for their residential customers. We need your help.
The Trump Administration has been eager to open drilling in previously undrilled areas, threatening Florida again with the dirty effects of offshore oil drilling. We cannot let this happen.
Every elected official in Florida needs to hear from Conservation Voters like you now. Only a bipartisan, unified opposition from every level of government will be able to stop President Trump’s devious plan.
For a cleaner tomorrow, we need to ban all offshore oil and gas drilling today.
Take action now!
Submit a Comment to the Toll Road Task Force
The three toll roads will slice through some of the best remaining natural and agricultural areas, permanently severing connectivity within critical wildlife corridors.
Every day Florida faces threats from air and water pollution, an exploding population, and a changing climate. With so many immediate and pressing priorities, our state legislature should be investing in ways to ensure a healthier environment and brighter future for all, rather than spending precious resources on these "roads to ruin."
The quality of our environment directly impacts our quality of life. It’s going to take a movement of dedicated people just like you to demand safeguards for our most precious remaining natural places. The good news is that movement has already started.
You can be part of the Conservation Voter Movement in Florida right now. Use our easy email form to send a letter to the Governor, your state senator, and state representative to tell them that YOU are a conservation voter and that YOU expect them to do what it takes to protect what makes our state so special.
ADD YOUR NAME: Put the Brakes on Toll Road Process
The three toll roads will destroy our water, wildlife, public health, and rural communities.
Right now, as the COVID-19 pandemic threatens Florida’s public health and economy, the Florida Department of Transportation is moving full-steam ahead with the dangerous and deadly M-CORES toll roads. Already a sham process, FDOT is now relying on webinars that are inaccessible for many Florida citizens. Discussions about irreplaceable natural areas that may be destroyed are being conducted during private phone calls, not public meetings. This an unacceptable form of bad government.
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Knowing who represents you is the first step in having a voice in your local politics. We invite you to get informed and get involved!