Emmelia Talarico

Web Developer @ RAN, Bad ass labor organizer, rad DJ.

my ACTIVITIES

  • published Timeline in NO KXL
  • commented on Mobilize to Reject Keystone XL organize
  • published Publications in The Latest
  • commented on Industry’s Dreams, Indigenous Nightmares: A Visit to the Alberta Tar Sands Awesome!
  • published Rainmaker in Support Us

    Rainmaker

    As a Rainmaker with your gift of $1,000 or more, you play a key role in RAN’s hard-hitting and effective campaigns.Rainmakers receive a host of benefits, including invitations to special events and meet-and-greets with our Executive Director. With your permission, your name will appear in RAN's annual report to recognize your generosity.

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  • published Donate Monthly in Donate

    Contribute Monthly

    Rainforest Action Network is uniquely suited to making enormous changes happen. We're tough. We're tenacious. We think big and we won't ever back down.

    In our almost 30 year history, we have secured hundreds of critical victories for the environment and Indigenous communities around the world and have helped protect millions of acres of forests in Indonesia, Canada, Chile, Brazil and beyond.  

    To protect the world's remaining rainforests we must take bold and immediate action - and we need the full commitment of people like you.  

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  • published Labor and Human Rights in Palm Oil
  • published Sign the Keystone XL Pledge of Resistance in Tar Sands
  • followed Frontline Communities

    Frontline Communities

    When we burn coal and oil we are have a devastating impact at the global and the local level. Fossil fuels are the number one drivers of climate change and those impacted most of all are the communities situated closest to the mines and power plants that drive the fossil fuel industry.

    Coal
    RAN is proud to stand and work with frontline communities who are directly challenging corporate pollution in their local neighborhoods. From Appalachian coal-field residents who are fighting for the future of their generational lands, to North Carolina’s small business owners and students who are demanding the right to clean air and water; from communities in Wyoming who are fighting state and private mining to prevent further development of coal tracts in their state, to Utah moms, grandmothers, Unitarians, queer rights activists, students and doctors who are trying to evict their local coal plant that’s polluting their air—each fight is unique, but ultimately the goal is the same: to transition communities away from coal.

    Tar Sands

    Across the United States, oil refineries are seeking permits to expand their facilities to process heavy crude oil from the tar sands. In Canada, the toxic burden on communities near the tar sands is already enormous. In addition to direct human exposure, oil contamination in the local watershed has led to arsenic in moose meat—a dietary staple for First Nations peoples—up to 33 times acceptable levels. Drinking water has also been contaminated.

    RAN is proud to work with frontline communities to stop the madness of putting profit before people.