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Blog: What Are You Doing to Heed the Message of World Water Day? – March 22, 2014

Mar 21, 2014 | By Carolyn Burstein, NETWORK Communications Fellow

Water is the lifeblood of the planet, vital for reducing the global burden of disease, and critical for socio-economic development, healthy ecosystems and human survival itself. Water is also at the heart of adaptation to climate change and is a key factor in managing risks such as famine, migration, epidemics and inequalities. Access to water supply and sanitation, however, is very unequal, whether this is measured between urban and rural areas or between disadvantaged groups and the general population.

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Blog: On Environmental Justice

Jun 29, 2012 | By Neal Davidson, NETWORK Intern

I am working this summer as an intern for NETWORK. I have been assigned to do environmental research, and I'll be doing a weekly blog throughout the summer on my findings Read more

Will the State of the Union Speech be a Winner?

Jan 19, 2012 | By Jean Sammon

President Obama gives the State of the Union speech on Tuesday January 24. NETWORK has a handy chart to track how much he talks about the things we support. Read more

Blog: Election 2012 Matters!

Nov 28, 2011 | By Eric Gibble

Watch our video to find out why! And click here for information about a new job opening that will enable you to become directly involved. We are looking for a Project Coordinator for ELECTION 2012: Catholics Vote for the Common Good! Read more

Blog: Harmful Attacks on the EPA

Oct 24, 2011 | By Eric Gibble

The unfounded attacks ignore the lives saved and productivity created by the agency. Read more

Blog: Changes in the Congressional Cafeteria

Apr 04, 2011 | By Marge Clark, BVM

In the House, the GOP killed a cafeteria composting program, replacing the biodegradable containers and tableware that Democrats had mandated with Styrofoam and plastic substitutes.  Read more

Blog: Government Support for Electric Cars

Nov 18, 2010 | By Laura Quigley, NETWORK Intern

If the United States is serious about maintaining its dominant position on the world stage, the government needs to increase its investments in renewable energy. Read more

Blog: National Conference Raises Student Voices

Jul 08, 2010 | By Maureen Book, NETWORK Intern

Silence. No birds fly overhead, no fish are swimming, and no human person is around.  Instead, a thick layer of oil covers the ocean, leaving behind an acid smell that burns your throat and smothering every sign of life with complete and utter silence. Read more

Blog: Time to Reconsider Mountaintop Removal

Jun 21, 2010 | By John McCrillis, NETWORK Volunteer

In the debate over Mountaintop Removal (MTR), we as Catholics and as citizens are called to consider more than just short-term economic benefit for our coal production. Read more

Blog: Oil Dependency Wake-Up Call

Jun 17, 2010 | By Maureen Book, NETWORK Intern

The recent oil spill in the Gulf Coast has sent shockwaves throughout the nation, serving as a wake-up call to many Americans about our dependence on oil and the pressing need for comprehensive environmental policies. Read more