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To: Any elected official and corporate leader contributing to environmental injustice
Fight Against Environmental and Social Injustice
Fight against environmental and social injustice alongside the Repairers of the Breach and The Climate Reality Project. Sign our petition now to fight against all instances of environmental injustice across our nation.
Why is this important?
We all have a fundamental right to clean water, air, a healthy environment, and a livable climate. These rights also require the public resources needed to monitor, penalize, and reverse the polluting impacts of fossil fuel industries. We are committed to ending environmental injustice, including climate injustice, and the policies that stem from it.
Fight against environmental and social injustice. Sign our petition now to fight against all instances of environmental injustice across our nation.
We’ve seen the far-reaching and devastating impact of ecological injustice on low-income communities and communities of color everywhere from a proposed pipeline that could devastate a historically Black community in Virginia to a county in Alabama with untreated wastewater that may have affected the health of thousands.
Last week, Reverend William J. Barber II and former Vice President Al Gore embarked on a tour of the South to hear from and stand with communities in Virginia and Alabama that are being impacted by ecological injustice wrought by political and corporate greed. Throughout the tour, they heard stories from impacted people that make it clear: These acts of injustice are beyond scandal – they are sin.
As a nation, we must recognize how poverty, racism, and ecological concerns are interconnected, and that we cannot address one without addressing the others. We must stand up against these immoral policies creating systems in which corporate greed allows for the destruction of poor communities.
Sign our petition to support our fight against environmental and social injustice.
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