EVERY DAY IS EARTH DAY

OK EARTH COALITION is comprised of many of Oklahoma’s most active environmental organizations: OK Sierra Club, Green Country Sierra Club, Carrie Dickerson Foundation, Tulsa Talks Climate and Tulsa Ready for 100 among them.

EVERY DAY IS EARTH DAY

OK EARTH COALITION is comprised of many of Oklahoma’s most active environmental organizations: OK Sierra Club, Green Country Sierra Club, Carrie Dickerson Foundation, Tulsa Talks Climate and Tulsa Ready for 100 among them.

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Climate Action

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Environmental Justice (for All!)

Water is Life

Videos

Earth Day message from U.S. Poet Laureate Joy Harjo.

Eastern Oklahoma is under attack by industrial poultry operations.

Electric Vehicles in Oklahoma

Earth Day message for Oklahoma from 350.org founder Bill McKibben.

Sustainable fashion tips from supermodel, actor & Tulsa Amber Valletta.

Earth Day messages from young Tulsa activists Amanda McCumber & Kao Morris.

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10 hours ago

Oklahoma Sierra Club

A good reminder to preserve the nature we all love to explore.If you are visiting our park or any of the other State Parks in Oklahoma please understand, all the wildlife in the park is protected. This Western Diamond Back was killed today by a hiker on the trail system and that can be a crime. Remember it’s their home not yours. Give them their space. They are an important part of the environment and as stewards of the park we are pledged to protect them as much as we are to protect you. ... See MoreSee Less

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It’s fledging time! This is an American Robin fledgling. When birds are learning to fly, they take a leap from the nest. Some figure out how to fly right away, others land on the ground and may spend a few days hopping around. Usually, their parents are overhead watching out for them and popping down to feed them while encouraging them to fly. If they are healthy, please leave them alone for mom to finish raising. Sometimes they get into trouble by hopping into roads, parking lots, or backyards with dogs. In these cases, it’s fine to move them out of danger to a nearby tree or shrub, as long as it’s still in the area where mom can find them. You can always call us if you’re not sure. Thank you for keeping wild families together! ... See MoreSee Less

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4 days ago
What a Week’s Disasters Tell Us About Climate and the Pandemic - The New York Times https://t.co/QeUdBa2dfr
1 week ago
Google bans A.I. for oil and gas firms after Greenpeace study https://t.co/ijvVusj3Nl
2 weeks ago
fossil fuel industry is using tax breaks in CARES Act meant to help businesses keep workers employed to avoid paying millions of dollars in taxes — then delivering that money to executives. https://t.co/JUFPzpIXuV

Facebook

10 hours ago

Oklahoma Sierra Club

A good reminder to preserve the nature we all love to explore.If you are visiting our park or any of the other State Parks in Oklahoma please understand, all the wildlife in the park is protected. This Western Diamond Back was killed today by a hiker on the trail system and that can be a crime. Remember it’s their home not yours. Give them their space. They are an important part of the environment and as stewards of the park we are pledged to protect them as much as we are to protect you. ... See MoreSee Less

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It’s fledging time! This is an American Robin fledgling. When birds are learning to fly, they take a leap from the nest. Some figure out how to fly right away, others land on the ground and may spend a few days hopping around. Usually, their parents are overhead watching out for them and popping down to feed them while encouraging them to fly. If they are healthy, please leave them alone for mom to finish raising. Sometimes they get into trouble by hopping into roads, parking lots, or backyards with dogs. In these cases, it’s fine to move them out of danger to a nearby tree or shrub, as long as it’s still in the area where mom can find them. You can always call us if you’re not sure. Thank you for keeping wild families together! ... See MoreSee Less

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Twitter

4 days ago
What a Week’s Disasters Tell Us About Climate and the Pandemic - The New York Times https://t.co/QeUdBa2dfr
1 week ago
Google bans A.I. for oil and gas firms after Greenpeace study https://t.co/ijvVusj3Nl
2 weeks ago
fossil fuel industry is using tax breaks in CARES Act meant to help businesses keep workers employed to avoid paying millions of dollars in taxes — then delivering that money to executives. https://t.co/JUFPzpIXuV

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