Environmental Voices

The ECOreport offers access to a selection of other environmental voices through their RSS feeds.

“Earth provides enough to satisfy every man’s needs, but not every man’s greed.” ― Mahatma Gandhi

The url for the ECOreport rss feed,  http://feeds.feedburner.com/theecoreport/FUhY

Many of the environmental groups the ECOreport comes into contact with do not use rss feeds, but a few of the environmental voices that do are listed below:

  • BC Sierra Club
  • California Coastkeeper Alliance
  • Cascadia Wildlands
  • Center For Biological Diversity Press Releases
  • WWF In The News
  • Sierra Club BC supports the ban on the trophy hunting of grizzly bears
    by Sierra Club on August 16, 2017 at 12:02 am

    Sierra Club BC supports the provincial government’s ban on the trophy hunting of grizzly bears and all grizzly bear hunting in the Great Bear Rainforest, where this brings provincial policy in line with Indigenous law. The post Sierra Club BC supports the ban on the trophy hunting of grizzly bears appeared first on Sierra Club BC. […]

  • Sierra Club BC applauds Province’s Kinder Morgan announcement
    by Sierra Club on August 10, 2017 at 6:55 pm

    Sierra Club BC welcomes and applauds today’s announcement. The provincial government was elected on a promise to use every tool available to stop the Kinder Morgan pipeline and the threat of a seven-fold increase in bitumen tankers on our coast. Today’s announcement is a serious and considered first step to fulfilling that promise. The post Sierra Club BC applauds Province’s Kinder Morgan announcement appeared first on Sierra Club BC. […]

  • Now’s our chance for smarter environmental and energy reviews
    by Sierra Club on August 4, 2017 at 9:54 pm

    Right now, we’ve got a once-in-a-generation opportunity to raise our voices for stronger environmental protections. The federal government is reviewing key laws and processes. This will impact Canada’s environmental and energy decisions for years to come. Please add your voice. Together we can let our MPs know we care about making these changes! The post Now’s our chance for smarter environmental and energy reviews appeared first on Sierra Club BC. […]

  • It doesn’t have to be a carbon offset
    by Sierra Club on August 4, 2017 at 8:02 pm

    It’s summer, and that means a lot of travel for families and communities. Have you considered buying carbon credits to offset some of your emissions? As an alternative, consider supporting Sierra Club BC’s work toward lasting protection of Vancouver Island’s carbon-rich endangered old-growth rainforest. The post It doesn’t have to be a carbon offset appeared first on Sierra Club BC. […]

  • The Future is Here for the New Government of British Columbia
    by Sierra Club on August 4, 2017 at 7:21 pm

    Record-breaking wildfires and heat waves are a reminder that we have little time to save nature, phase out fossil fuels and leap to a low-carbon economy, all at the same time. This ongoing state of emergency is a reminder that our planet is changing rapidly - and that our governments have to act like they mean it, to save our world as we know it. The post The Future is Here for the New Government of British Columbia appeared first on Sierra Club BC. […]

California Coastkeeper Alliance A Statewide Voice for Our Waters

  • Recognizing Excellence in the California Waterkeeper Movement
    by Lola Dvorak on August 11, 2017 at 5:36 pm

    There are roughly 75 scientists, lawyers, teachers, policy wonks, divers, communications specialists, and fundraisers working at Waterkeeper organizations throughout California. Our network comprises some of the best and the brightest... Read More... The post Recognizing Excellence in the California Waterkeeper Movement appeared first on California Coastkeeper Alliance. […]

  • Lawsuit Asserts Water Boards Failed to Protect Clean Water from Agricultural Pollution
    by Lola Dvorak on August 8, 2017 at 4:35 pm

    Last week, a coalition of non-profit and trade organizations filed a lawsuit in Sacramento California Superior Court against the State Water Resources Control Board and the Central Coast Regional Water... Read More... The post Lawsuit Asserts Water Boards Failed to Protect Clean Water from Agricultural Pollution appeared first on California Coastkeeper Alliance. […]

  • San Diego Coastkeeper Releases 2016 Water Quality Report
    by Lola Dvorak on August 7, 2017 at 5:31 pm

    For the first time since 2013, San Diego Coastkeeper’s data show an overall improvement in San Diego’s water quality. “This is great news. Of course, a single year of overall... Read More... The post San Diego Coastkeeper Releases 2016 Water Quality Report appeared first on California Coastkeeper Alliance. […]

  • Youth Exchange Celebrates Rivers and Culture
    by Lola Dvorak on July 26, 2017 at 8:06 pm

    On July 29, youth from the Klamath Basin and Patagonia, Chile will celebrate the final day of a three-week journey on the Klamath River from its headwaters at Crater Lake... Read More... The post Youth Exchange Celebrates Rivers and Culture appeared first on California Coastkeeper Alliance. […]

  • Happy Swimmable California Day
    by Lola Dvorak on July 25, 2017 at 4:10 pm

    California Coastkeeper Alliance works to protect our waters so that they are clean and safe for swimming, surfing, paddling, fishing, wading, and frolicking. Join us on July 25th – Swimmable... Read More... The post Happy Swimmable California Day appeared first on California Coastkeeper Alliance. […]

Cascadia Wildlands we like it wild.

  • Climbing the Quartz Timber Sale
    by nsc425 on August 7, 2017 at 6:24 pm

    The Quartz Timber sale is an 847-acre logging project set to take place in the Umpqua National Forest. The timber sale proposes to commercially log and burn older forest in the Cottage Grove Ranger District. We believe that insufficient consideration was given to the presence of imperiled spotted owls and red tree voles, both species […]

  • Deep Thoughts with Cascadia’s Summer Interns
    by nsc425 on August 7, 2017 at 6:02 pm

    Corinne Milinovich and Kristen Sabo, 2017 Summer Legal Interns The 2017 Cascadia Wildlands summer was filled with countless Oregon adventures, great conversations, and monumental educational growth for us both. We had the privilege of drafting complaints and settlement memos, executing public information requests, drafting litigation memos, refining our legal research skills, drafting a northern spotted […]

  • Oregon Killing Harl Butte Wolf Pack
    by nsc425 on August 3, 2017 at 11:06 pm

    August 3, 2017 For Immediate Release Nick Cady, Cascadia Wildlands, nick@cascwild.org, (314) 482-3746 Oregon Killing Wolves Again in Imnaha Pack Territory Harl Butte Pack Targeted in Response to Depredations on Forest Service Lands Today, the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife signed a kill order for the Harl Butte  Pack in Northeastern Oregon.  The Harl Butte Pack […]

  • Washington to Kill Wolves
    by nsc425 on July 20, 2017 at 9:35 pm

    WDFW NEWS RELEASE  Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife 600 Capitol Way North, Olympia, WA 98501-1091  http://wdfw.wa.gov/ July 20, 2017 Contact: Donny Martorello, (360) 902-2521 WDFW plans to take lethal action to change wolf pack's behavior OLYMPIA – State wildlife managers plan to remove members of a wolf pack that has repeatedly preyed on livestock in Stevens […]

  • Field Checking the Quartz Timber Sale
    by nsc425 on July 17, 2017 at 7:47 pm

      The Quartz Timber Sale is an 847-acre logging project set to take place on our public lands in the Umpqua National Forest on the Cottage Grove Ranger District.  The proposed sale will commercially log and then burn forests up to 130 years in age.  Folks here at Cascadia were concerned about the potential short […]

World Wildlife Fund In the News The latest press mentions for World Wildlife Fund, the world’s leading conservation organization.

Photo Credit: used in radio interview about old growth on Mount Elphinstone, Courtesy Elphinestone Logging Focus

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