Caplan liaised with the Lambi Fund’s humanitarian crisis in Haiti and its U.S. delegation at the White House and in Miami following 2010’s catastrophic magnitude 7.0 Mw Haiti Earthquake.
“Make no mistake: The president has declared open season on the places Americans love by opening them up for mining, drilling, logging and developing in other ways that would destroy the natural and cultural heritage.”
– Jamie Williams, President of The Wilderness Society
With more than 80 percent of the world’s fish stocks fully exploited, the Environmental Defense Fund has been leading the effort to implement a new program called “catch shares” to reverse the trend.
For over a year Caplan Communications directed and managed communications for Veterans for America (CVA), the Nobel Peace Prize-winning veteran’s advocacy organization.
Dr. Wangari Maathai, the winner of the 2004 Nobel Peace Prize, founder of the Green Belt Movement and a pioneering advocate for women, human rights and environmental conservation, traveled through the United States for a Fall 2009 US/Canada speaking tour.
Every citizen is an equal owner of our public lands. Since 2013, the Senate and the U.S. House have introduced 44 bills or amendments to transfer, sell, or remove critical protections for America’s public lands legacy — making the 114th Congress the least conservation-minded in history.
How does the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative increase our economic competitiveness, public health, conservation, and cost savings for ratepayers by reducing pollution?
The American Lung Association’s 2017 “State of the Air” report found continued improvement in air quality, but an unrelenting increase in dangerous spikes in particle pollution is putting 125 million Americans’ health at risk for premature death and other serious health effects like lung cancer, asthma attacks, cardiovascular damage, and developmental and reproductive harm.
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The Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative is nine northeastern states’ bold plan to cut greenhouse-gas emissions by 40 percent in the next 15 years.