Make your voice heard!
Your voice matters! Start making a difference for Missouri’s people and their environment today by taking one of the actions below. With your help, we can make a difference and help protect Missouri’s natural resources for generations to come. See our latest actions below.
Your efforts are critical to protecting and restoring our environment.
- Become a member of MCE. Members make all the difference! Membership is a way for you to become more involved in issues that MCE undertakes and helps us carry out our mission to protect and restore Missouri’s environment.
- Check out MCE’s People’s Pocket Guide to Environmental Action to learn how you can make a difference in your community NOW!
- Volunteer with us! We are always looking for dedicated people to devote their time, energy, and talents to our organization. Some of the volunteer skills we are looking for include data entry, event assistance, website content management, social media promotion, graphic design, IT, outreach, and more!
- Learn how MCE works to make change and the role you play in shaping policies that make Missouri greener and healthier.
- Fill out our Missouri Pollution Watch form to report pollution and hazardous waste concerns. We will reach out for further info if needed and follow up with you if you leave your contact info.
- Social Media Advocacy – Encourage your community to take action to protect and restore Missouri’s environment! MCE has a variety of posts you can share on your social media pages to provide resources and actions that support a number of MCE’s programs, including actions to support local food systems in Missouri, advocate against CAFOs, protect against pollution, and support Missouri’s public lands.
- Senate Passes the Inflation Reduction Act: Major Climate Wins
- Deepening Our Commitment
- Talking Points for DNR’s Ozone Transport Rule Hearing
- 2023 Farm Bill Action Page
- MCE Seeks Candidates for Our Board of Directors
- Tell DNR: Silica Mining is a Bad Idea. Don’t allow the Silica Sand Mine Near Hawn State Park