LEARN THE ISSUES

EarthShare members work hard to preserve and protect our air, land, public health, water, and wildlife. You can learn more about the issues that our members are working on – and how you can make a difference – by clicking on the resources below.



  • Climate change Climate Change and Energy

    Overwhelming scientific consensus indicates that global warming is a real and significant threat to our health, our economy, and our environment. »



  • Climate change Environment and Health

    Pollutants reach us through the food we eat, the water we drink, and the air we breathe and endanger our health in both immediate and long-lasting ways. »



  • Climate change Environmental Education

    A healthy environment needs well-trained leaders capable of executing creative solutions to future challenges. »



  • Green Team Greening Business

    Green businesses operate in ways that solve rather than cause environmental and social problems. Plus, going green makes business sense. »



  • Conservation Land Conservation, Parks, and Planning

    Conservation is more than just saving picturesque landscapes. Plants, animals, and humans depend on the systems nature provides. »



  • Water Water

    Every living thing on the planet shares the same water resources and these resources face severe challenges in the years ahead. »



  • Conservation Wildlife Protection

    The loss of a single species is a tragic event and yet we lose an estimated 10,000 species to extinction every year. »





  • Children's Health

  • Childhood obesity Childhood Obesity

    Kids who are overweight are at increased risk for heart disease, type 2 diabetes and other complications -- all of which can mean a shorter life. »


  • Pesticides Pesticides and Toxins in the Classroom

    One of the most important ways to protect our children's health is to prevent unnecessary exposure to pesticides and other toxins that may be used in schools. »


  • Mercury Mercury and Human Health

    More than 630,000 newborns each year may have increased risk of learning disabilities associated with methyl mercury exposure inside their mothers’ wombs. »


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