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8 Things You Can Do to Help NRDC Fight Trump’s Agenda

President Trump and the Republican-led Congress are poised to wipe out America’s crucial environmental safeguards, put the interests of polluters ahead of the health of our communities, and derail the global fight against climate change. We refuse to let this happen on our watch—but we need your help. Here’s how you can join the fight.

1. Make your voice heard.

Tell President Trump you’re ready to fight his administration’s plans to risk our health and environment for the sake of big polluters.

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2. Hit the streets.

March with NRDC at the People’s Climate March on April 29. Or organize a rally or march near you.

3. Donate.

Your donation will help our more than 500 lawyers, scientists, and policy experts defend our air, land, and water from the forces of pollution and corporate greed.

4. Sign up.

Join our more than two million members and activists. We’ll send you updates and action alerts on in-progress battles via e-mail or text.

5. Stay vigilant.

Check out Trump Watch, NRDC’s official record of the administration’s environmental assault.

6. Speak up.

Call your representatives. Tell them to vote against Trump’s anti-environment agenda and for clean air, clean water, and healthy communities.

7. Spread the word.

Watch and share this message from NRDC's president, Rhea Suh.

8. Follow us.

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Download a printable version of this list and spread the word on how to take action against Trump's anti-environment agenda.



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