The Environmental Power of Three Action Plan
Spread the word. Share the information from today’s workshop with as many people as possible. Post something on social media, have a conversation over dinner with family, talk to your neighbors and friends.
Get in touch with your senators and congress persons to let them know that you expect them to support the EPA and Clean Water/Air Acts, that you want industrial standards for pollution to be strengthened, not slashed.
Join a local environmental group. We have an active Sierra Club, as well as many other organizations listed below.
Make plans to attend the People’s Climate March on April 29th at Modern Woodman Park.
Write a letter to the editor of your local newspaper about your environmental concerns.
Ask friends, family, co-workers, neighbors to contact their legislators about environmental issues.
Develop your own personal environmental responsibility policy, or have a meeting with your children to develop a family plan.
Contact your school board and ask about their recycling policies. See if the High School has an environmental group and volunteer to help.
Come up with ideas for new laws to protect the environment and share them with your local legislator.
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Make regular contributions to environmental groups with your dollars or your time.
Stay informed about environmental issues, monitor legislation, share your ideas with like-minded individuals.
Consider running for a local office to provide a better voice for environmental causes.