Trump Administration Seeks to Pull out of Climate Change Initiatives

“We’re not spending money on that anymore. We consider that to be a waste of your money to go out and do that.”

— Mick Mulvaney, director of the Office of Management and Budget

As if the Trump administration couldn’t do anything worse for the environment. Once again, they managed to shock some and disgust others.

The Trump administration seeks to pull out of international agreements to combat climate change. One of which, the Green Climate Fund (GCF), credits the United States as the top financial contributor. This organization isn’t just about climate change initiative. It also seeks to help other developing nations address issues brought about by their inequalities, such as hazardous pollution levels.

Fight back against the administration at the end of April. Make your voice heard. Two marches are scheduled on back-to-back Saturdays: April 22 (March for Science) and April 29 (People’s Climate Movement). We need all the support we can get to tell the administration that we will not back down.


Read more about the latest statements made by the Trump administrations regarding climate change initiatives here.


In Case You Missed It: Trump Plans on Dismantling Obama’s Clean Water Act

On February 28, 2016 Trump signed yet another executive order. This time, he signaled his interest in dismantling the Clean Water Act of Obama’s administration.

Read more here.

Tiny Plastic Pellets in the Water

Containing chemical pollutants, these plastic pellets are of great danger to aquatic life.

Humans need to stop harming other species. The chain of relationships among all life is linked in many ways, so it will all come back to us humans who are doing this.

Learn more about these pellets here.

College Researchers Develop Device That Cleans Contaminated Water

To help combat water shortages, college researchers at the State University of New York at Buffalo have possibly discovered a breakthrough technology that could greatly improve the lives of many.

Click here to learn more.