I have an e-mail acount and I will use it.

These three people need to hear from you on biodiversity, climate change and water access. Give them a piece of your mind: Follow the links to send an e-mail.


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Senator James Inhofe (R-OK) is the chairman of the Senate’s Environment and Public Works Committee. Legislation that would considerably weaken the Endangered Species Act of 1973 was put to the committee after a bill passed the House late last year. As chairman, Inhofe—whose environmental record is questionable—has significant influence over the impact of such legislation on important environmental protections.

More info:

E-mail Senator Inhofe using this form.


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Red Cavaney is president and CEO of the American Petroleum Institute, the primary trade association and lobbying group of US oil and natural gas corporations. As such, he is the single most influential person in the private sector on US energy policy—the Speaker of the House calls him.

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E-mail Red Cavaney (cavaneyr at api.org)


Credit: Christoph Niemann

Twenty percent of the global population lacks access to safe drinking water, and two-thirds are expected to live in water-stressed areas by 2025. As Deputy Executive Director of UNEP, Mr. Shafqat Kakakhel has been a tireless advocate for ensuring and expanding access to clean water for underserviced populations around the globe.

More info:

E-mail Shafqat Kakakhel (shafqat.kakakhel at unep.org)

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