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[ BLM finalizes strategy to help facilitate responsible solar energy development on Colorado public lands ]

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) continues to make progress on supporting responsible renewable energy development on our nation’s public lands.

[ President Obama expands existing wildlands protections in Oregon and California, and pays tribute to the civil rights movement with new national monument designations ]

Andrea Alday

In what may be his final executive action protecting public lands and important cultural and historic sites shared by the American people, President Obama has expanded the existing


[ Center for Creative Land Recycling ]

  Center for Creative Land Recycling
We are founded on the belief that intelligent, innovative land use is the key to ensuring a healthy future for both our communities and our environment.

Center for Creative Land Recycling
200 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza, 5th floor
Oakland CA 94612







[ As You Sow ]

  As You Sow
Our mission is to promote environmental and social corporate responsibility through shareholder advocacy, coalition building, and innovative legal strategies.

As You Sow
1611 Telegraph Avenue, Suite 1450
Oakland CA 94612







[ American Bird Conservancy ]

  American Bird Conservancy
ABC’s mission is to conserve native birds and their habitats throughout the Americas. We believe unequivocally that conserving birds and their habitats benefits all other species — including people.

American Bird Conservancy
P.O. Box 249
The Plains, VA 20198







[ President Obama establishes three monuments to the Civil Rights movement ]

President Obama has established the Birmingham Civil Rights and Freedom Riders National Monuments in Alabama, and the Reconstruction Era National Monument in South Carolina, using the Antiquities Act, a law that has been used by almost every president to preserve places of cultural, historic or natural importance.

[ Celebrate the sea! ]

The Celebration of the Sea Foundation works to inspire, educate and engage people around the world to protect the ocean and its Splash-Logoresources. A specific focus of all their initiatives is STREAM (Science, Technology, Recreation, Engineering, Arts & Music) education for children and families.

The Foundation’s programs focus on ways in which each of us can make a positive impact on the environment while placing specific emphasis on the world’s ecological systems. Additionally, emphasis is placed on developing and supporting educational and environmental programs for inner city students and families.

The Celebration of the Sea Foundation is also proud to have developed the World Ocean Watch (WOW) Environmental and Educational Marine Science Program & Eco-Link™ to train students around the world to serve as ambassadors for our planet’s oceans. The Eco-Link Challenge is an open call for students to serve as Eco-Reporters and submit environmentally based Public Service Announcements and short form informational videos to engage and educate the public on critical environmental issues around the world.


  • To promote a sense of global stewardship towards the environment and the living things that inhabit it.
  • To produce engaging and educational programs for families, teachers and students.
  • To make the world of science, exploration and the arts exciting and interesting to both children and adults.
  • To utilize interactive technology and outreach programs to motivate everyone to want to learn about the environment and protect the animals that inhabit it.


To emphasize ENTERTAINMENT, EDUCATION and TECHNOLOGY in the production of the following – all of which promote the theme of community (how all aspects of the environment, including human activity, are intricately related) and all of which strive to motivate people, particularly children, to improve current environmental conditions:

  • Educational programs and ancillary support materials for classrooms and families.
  • Live and recorded video content for television and social media networks as well as custom apps and web based interactive broadcasts for schools and family home viewing.
  • Traveling exhibitions to be showcased at high profile public forums, leading aquariums, maritime centers, museums and entertainment facilities.
  • Concerts, festivals and special events.
  • Field expeditions (in-reach/out-reach programs) for students, teachers and families. (Many expeditions have a diving/snorkeling and exploration component).

For more information, visit their website here!

[ Ready to defend Obama’s environmental legacy? Top 10 accomplishments to focus on ]

The best way to honor these accomplishments is to protect and defend them.


[ Obama’s expansion of Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument protects biodiversity ]

Expanding Cascade-Siskiyou National monument to protect the region more completely will help wildlife thrive and preserve outstanding outdoor recreation opportunities for all Americans.

[ Legislation delays King Cove’s wait for improved transportation ]

Tim Woody

United States Sens. Lisa Murkowski and Dan Sullivan today introduced legislation to authorize the construction of a road through designated wilderness in Alaska’s Izembek National Wildlife Refuge.