Environmental Actions Weekly Round-Up

Actions:

Urgent actions (those will deadlines fast approaching):

  • Take action with San Juan Citizens Alliance and stop Purgatory’s destruction of lynx habitat. Comments due July 6. San Juan Citizens Alliance
  • Take action with National Parks Conservation Association and submit your comments urging the Bureau of Land Management to reject oil and gas leasing near Arches and Canyonlands National Parks and Bears Ears National Monument. Comments are due July 9. NPCA
  • Take action with Rocky Mountain Wild and submit your comment to the Utah BLM’s September 2020 Oil and Gas Lease Sale Environmental Assessment. Rocky Mountain Wild’s screen shows conflicts between proposed parcels and important wildlife and wilderness including critical habitat for ESA listed Colorado pikeminnow, razorback sucker, and Mexican spotted owl; crucial winter habitat for elk, mule deer, and pronghorn; and much more. Comments are due July 9. Rocky Mountain Wild
  • Take action with Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance and tell the BLM to drop its massive lease sale near Utah’s National Parks. Comments are due July 9. SUWA
  • Take action with Wild Connections and submit your comments to the Final EIS for Parkdale Quarry Proposed Expansion onto 700 acres of Echo Canyon Lands with Wilderness Characteristics. Comments are due July 13. Wild Connections
  • Take action with Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance and keep radioactive waste out of Bears Ears. Comments are due July 10. SUWA
  • Take action with Rocky Mountain Wild and submit your comment to the Colorado BLM’s December 2020 Oil and Gas Lease Sale scoping information. Rocky Mountain Wild’s screen shows conflicts between proposed parcels and important wildlife and wilderness including including the North Park Natural Area ACEC, State Wildlife Areas, priority habitat for greater sage-grouse, important habitat for bald eagles, and so much more. Comments are due July 14. Rocky Mountain Wild
  • Take action with Rocky Mountain Wild and submit your comment to the New Mexico BLM’s October 2020 Oil and Gas Lease Sale Draft Environmental Assessment. Rocky Mountain Wild’s screen shows conflicts between proposed parcels and important wildlife and wilderness including that all the parcels are within an area identified as a priority corridor region for pronghorn. Comments are due July 17. Rocky Mountain Wild
  • Take action with the American Bird Conservancy and submit your comments on the Migratory Bird Treaty Act Draft Environmental Impact Statement. Comments are due by midnight on July 20. American Bird Conservancy

New actions since last week:

  • Take action with the American Bird Conservancy and support the Bird-Safe Buildings Act to reduce collisions! American Bird Conservancy
  • Take action with the American Bird Conservancy and ask Congress to protect migratory birds. American Bird Conservancy
  • Take action with the American Bird Conservancy and ask your local elected officials to support keeping pets, wildlife, and people safe by passing safe, common-sense ordinances that treat cats like we treat dogs. American Bird Conservancy
  • Take action with Center for Biological Diversity and save Nevada’s Desert National Wildlife Refuge. Center for Biological Diversity
  • Take action with Center for Biological Diversity to stop the killing of Washington’s wolves. Center for Biological Diversity
  • Take action with Conservation Colorado and tell Colorado’s water quality regulators to protect Colorado families and public health by adopting strong PFAS standards. Conservation Colorado
  • Take action with Food & Water Action and tell Congress to support the fracking ban. Food & Water Action
  • Take action with Friends of the Earth and tell the House Select Committee on Climate Crisis to push for true climate solutions. Friends of the Earth
  • Take action with Friends of the Earth and tell FERC to reject the Atlantic Coast Pipeline before time runs out. Friends of the Earth
  • Take action with Friends of the Earth and demand a just transition to clean energy so we can all breathe easier. Friends of the Earth
  • Take action with Friends of the Earth and demand Congress prohibit funds for nuclear testing. Friends of the Earth
  • Take action with Friends of the Earth and demand the Trump administration protect Alaska’s wildlife. Friends of the Earth
  • Take action with Monuments for All and protect the US Atlantic’s only Marine National Monument. Monuments for All
  • Take action with National Wildlife Federation and help protect deer from chronic wasting disease. National Wildlife Federation
  • Take action with National Wildlife Federation and tell Congress to pass the Moving Forward Act. National Wildlife Federation
  • Take action with The Pew Charitable Trusts and urge your Representative to support the Great American Outdoors Act. The Pew Charitable Trusts
  • Take action with Sierra Club and stop energy fuels from importing radioactive waste into Utah. Sierra Club
  • Take action with Sierra Club and tell Congress to act on the climate crisis. Sierra Club
  • Take action with Sustainable Energy and Environment Coalition and tell Congress that we need a just and sustainable recovery plan. SEECPAC
  • Take action with the Union of Concerned Scientists and ask Congress to back Clean Car Standards in legal battle. Union of Concerned Scientists
  • Take action with the Union of Concerned Scientists and tell Congress not to fund a nuclear arms race. Union of Concerned Scientists
  • Take action with WildEarth Guardians and tell the Montana Grizzly Bear Advisory Council to recommend increasing habitat security by removing old forest roads, support rules to safeguard connectivity between recovery areas, require non-lethal conflict prevention measures, and reject calls for grizzly bear trophy hunts. WildEarth Guardians
  • Take action with WildEarth Guardians and speak up for wolves on National Forests. WildEarth Guardians
  • Take action with Wildlands Network and contact your legislators today to request that they include provisions to protect wildlife corridors and crossings in current infrastructure and stimulus legislation. Wildlands Network

Rocky Mountain Wild’s older (but still relevant) actions:

  • Take action with Rocky Mountain Wild and sign the petition stating that you support wildlife crossing structures in Colorado. Rocky Mountain Wild
  • Take action with Rocky Mountain Wild and ask the Colorado BLM Director to protect vital habitat for Colorado species, starting with the threatened Gunnison sage-grouse. Rocky Mountain Wild
  • Take action with Rocky Mountain Wild and help protect bighorn sheep. Rocky Mountain Wild
  • Take action with Rocky Mountain Wild and tell Secretary Bernhardt to stop selling out wildlife corridors for oil and gas development. Rocky Mountain Wild

Action Resources:

Back to main page.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.