Nuclear Frontline Communities Understand Cumulative Burdens—Let’s Get Policymakers On The Same Page – Union of Concerned Scientists

The following is a blog from the Union of Concerned Scientists. The original blog can also be found on their website here. By Chanese A. Forté, Scientist Nuclear frontline communities are people and communities directly harmed by the development, production, testing, clean-up, and waste storage of nuclear weapons and nuclear materials. Many people don’t know they are exposed….

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Nuclear Frontline Communities Understand Cumulative Burdens—Let’s Get Policymakers On The Same Page – Union of Concerned Scientists

2023-2024 Student Environmental Action Award

The Missouri Coalition for the Environment (MCE) is pleased to announce our Student Environmental Action Award for the 2023-2024 school year. Students from throughout Missouri will have an opportunity to receive a cash prize in recognition of their work creating a more environmentally sustainable future. More info and submission information can be found on our…

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2023-2024 Student Environmental Action Award

Air Pollution in Missouri

Is Your Air Safe? All throughout the world, air quality is getting worse every day. There are countless pollutants being emitted into the air by humans every single day in various ways, such as transportation, manufacturing, waste, and more. The extent to which we pollute has been too large and has been negatively affecting the…

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Air Pollution in Missouri

2023 Farm Bill Action Page

MCE’s campaign work for the 2023 Farm Bill is underway! Together with our partners in the National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition, we are working to ensure the next Farm Bill supports our farmers, our health, and our environment. Marker bills have been introduced – these are what we describe as “draft pages” of the final Farm…

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