How to Help

If you're like us, your digital life is one big, fast news feed. Some of this news is messed up. How to Help works in the news cycle to connect you with ways to do something about the day's big stories.

Al Gore's Very Bad Day

Al Gore's Very Bad Day

Fresh off the staggering defeat of its repeal-and-replace-Obamacare effort, the Trump Administration has decided instead to take an axe to trees, air, water, and the other things that sustain life.

Today's executive order outlines all the ways we can put methane, coal, and power plant emissions back into the atmosphere. Should be no time now until The Day After Tomorrow!

The single silver lining: US participation in the Paris agreement is spared, at least for now.

How to help win Mother Nature's forgiveness

Call Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt at 202.564.4700 and ask how much richer he really needs to get from the fossil fuel industry.

Urge your company's leadership to join more than 1000 other companies pressing the Trump Administration to stick with the Paris Agreement on climate change.

Follow the rogue Twitter account @AltEPA, which is understandably having a hard time with this news.

Join the March for Science on Earth Day (Sat. April 22), in Washington DC and in cities around the country.

 Source:  Bill Nye/GE

Source:  Bill Nye/GE

"Nothing Short of Blackmail"

"Nothing Short of Blackmail"

Not So Friendly Skies

Not So Friendly Skies