4 ways to Green Your Politics
Whether you cast your ballot for the greenest candidate, write a letter to your Congressman demanding support for a clean water bill, write an opinion piece for the local paper, or join a local environmental action group, you can influence environmental policy and help create a greener community.
A vote for the greenest candidate could mean a cleaner environment down the road. Give your voice a greener pitch by finding out which candidate for public office has the best environmental stance, and then cast your ballot in support of him or her.
Solve the Earth's problems one letter at a time? When it comes to influencing environmental policy on the national, regional, or local level, the pen (or phone or e-mail) is truly mightier than the sword.
Join together with other environmentally minded individuals to up your eco-impact and increase your influence on environmental policy.
Green public opinion in your area and influence environmental policy decisions by spreading the good green news through op-eds, letters to the editor, media interviews, and more.