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EDF Voices: People on the planet
Sam is EDF’s Membership Director.
We've made progress against the odds before. We can do it again.
Published July 2, 2020 in
The summer of 2020. What will we make of it?
11 tips for coping with climate and coronavirus anxiety
Published March 13, 2020 in
Here are ways to help manage your stress during this scary time.
6 environmental books you don't want to miss this summer
Published June 14, 2018 in
Here are this year’s must-reads as you vacation, hit the beach, or spend a sunny afternoon in the park.
How a groundswell of citizen activism helped save the EPA
Published March 26, 2018 in
Congress listened and this will mean less pollution, healthier kids and, just maybe, a reality check for Washington politics.
How to talk climate change with a skeptic: 5 critical tips
Published November 22, 2016 in
With the right argument and a good dose of listening skills you may be able to connect even with the most ardent denier.
The debate questions media can't afford to ignore
Published September 26, 2016 in
Questions about climate and energy policies span all top voter issues, but are usually overlooked during presidential debates.
Can sustainability and economic growth go hand in hand? Secretary Moniz has the answer.
Published October 22, 2015 in
Our tele-town hall drew 15,000 EDF members who asked about this and many other energy issues.
The Senate vote-a-rama and what it means for the climate fight
Published March 31, 2015 in
Cause for renewed hope amid a flurry of budget resolution votes.
3 reasons 2015 looks good for toxic chemical reform
Published December 17, 2014 in
As EDF continues to push for an overhaul of America's broken chemical toxics law, California is boosting consumer protection against toxic flame retardants.
A humbling moment: Reaching 1 million members in 2014
Published December 4, 2014 in
We reached a membership milestone in 2014, and now it's all hands on deck to defend the environment.