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A look back at the rally in front of the Honduran Embassy for Latin American #MothersDay: http://buff.ly/1T67Jci #JusticeforBerta #TBT

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Thanks for being our MC at tonight's ceremony at Reagan Building/ITC in Washington, D.C., boyd matson!

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Join Leng OUCH's fight to protect Cambodia's forests:

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You can join Destiny's fight right here:

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RT @NatGeo: Extensive pesticide use in an Argentina farm town causes major health issues—and residents are demanding protection.

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Our latest blog looks at our 27-year history, by the numbers: http://buff.ly/1T5c3bu #infographic
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'Dredging Up a Solution' - a film about 2015 #GoldmanPrize winner @coastchair premieres at @WildScenicFilms this Friday: http://buff.ly/1PSrnoW @ArranCoast
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Ahead of Food Day this week, read our latest blog about 2010 ‪#‎GoldmanPrize‬ winner Lynn Henning and her work cleaning up the meat industry (warning: it's not pretty)

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Last month, 2015 ‪#‎GoldmanPrize‬ winner Howard Wood and his team at Arran Coast celebrated a victory when Richard Lochhead, Cabinet Secretary for Rural Affairs and the Environment, announced that a Marine Conservation Order (MCO) has been delivered to ‪#‎Scottish‬ parliament setting out ‪#‎conservation‬ measures that include banning the highly destructive practice of scallop ‪#‎dredging‬ within the South Arran Marine Protected Area and other west coast MPAs. Learn more: http://bit.ly/1fKk5qH

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“How do we as a community get on the front end of these decisions and conversations instead of always being on the back end? By inserting ourselves into those conversations. We now find ourselves being more than just organizers: we are planners, developers, economists and strategist in the development of our communities.”
In the final part of our three part series on environmental ‪#‎racism‬, we hear from 2013 ‪#‎GoldmanPrize‬ winner Kimberly Wasserman about her successful campaign to shut down two of the country’s oldest and dirtiest ‪#‎coal‬ plants. She is now leading her ‪#‎Latino‬ community in transforming ‪#‎Chicago‬’s old industrial sites into parks and multiuse spaces. http://bit.ly/1eGogCF
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