17 Jun '11, 11pm

In just under two hours, watch our CEO @PhaedraEL talk EPA with Grist's Dave Roberts (@DRGrist) and @SenatorCardin!

Join us. Join the movement to build a brighter, greener, more inclusive world. Email: First: Last: Zip: Leave blank: For spam bots only By submitting this form, you are agreeing to receive periodic updates from Green For All. You may unsubscribe at any time. Our communities deserve a voice at the table. Polluters have had their way for too long, using their access and influence to spin news cycles and demonize the green movement. Meanwhile, working and middle-class communities are struggling just to get noticed. An incredible 75% of voters support the Environmental Protection Agency's efforts to protect the public health, yet many in government just don't seem to get the message. It's time for us to be heard. That's why, this weekend, I'm happy to be attending Netroots Nation 2011, where I will join thousands of committed Americans who share a deep desire to put government...

Full article: http://www.greenforall.org/blog/progressives-vs-polluters...

Tweets

EPA bashers aren’t protecting ‘jobs,’ they’re p...

grist.org 15 Jun '11, 5pm

The Wall Street Journal editorial page is effectively a lobbying arm of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, so it's no big shock...

Tech for Toxics: Clorox, EPA Use Mobile Apps to Share Green Data | Design | GreenBiz.com

Tech for Toxics: Clorox, EPA Use Mobile Apps to...

greenbiz.com 17 Jun '11, 12pm

Smartphones are rapidly becoming ubiquitous, and there are ever-increasing ways for individuals to use them to make smarte...

The EPA is under assault, and the left is being slow to rally to its defense

The EPA is under assault, and the left is being...

grist.org 13 Jun '11, 6pm

Sen. Ben Cardin (D-Md.), defender of the EPA. Photo: Edward Kimmel The EPA is under full-scale assault. Republicans are wo...

Calling all app developers, here's your chance ...

mnn.com 21 Jun '11, 8pm

Calling all app developers, now is your chance to do something good for the environment. The U.S. Environmental Protection...

EPA Declassifies 150 Chemical Names from Health Studies

EPA Declassifies 150 Chemical Names from Health...

greenbiz.com 16 Jun '11, 9pm

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has declassified the names of 150 chemicals that were previously stricken from st...

Weekend Reading: The Silver Tsunami vs. the Green Wave

Weekend Reading: The Silver Tsunami vs. the Gre...

greenbiz.com 18 Jun '11, 3pm

In the past few years, many leaders within industry and government have begun to discuss and debate the potential impact o...