The Natural Resources Council of Maine will help you take action at a moment's notice on issues related to the protection of Maine's air, land, waters, and wildlife. Click on each item below to take action via our automatic email system (your emails will be sent to the correct elected officials based on your address information).

To find out who your Maine legislators are so that you can call, write, or email them directly, here is a list of legislators by town.

Defend Katahdin Woods & Waters

The Trump Administration is threatening to overturn Maine’s new National Monument. Submit comments to the Department of the Interior today.

Urge Your Legislators to Support Solar in Maine and Pass LD 1504

The Energy Committee recently voted in support of LD 1504, and now we have a narrow window of time to mobilize support in the full Legislature. This bill would prevent the costly PUC net metering rule from taking effect and allow expanded community solar. It is strongly opposed by Gov. LePage and will undoubtedly require a two-thirds vote to overcome his anticipated veto.

Don't Cut the EPA!

The Trump Administration has proposed massive cuts to the US EPA, including cutting EPA’s budget by 31% and its personnel by 3,200 staffers. These irresponsible cuts would have devastating impacts on environmental protection nationwide, including here in Maine. Sign our petition to protect EPA's important programs that keep Maine’s air and water clean.

Tell President Trump to Stop Rollbacks on Climate Protection

President Trump issued an Executive Order to roll back America’s climate protections, including the landmark Clean Power Plan. NRCM and our partners around the state and country will use every tool we have to fight back, including legal action and people power. The stakes are too high and climate action is imperative. We need your help. Send a letter today!

Tell Maine State Agencies to Support an Effective RGGI

As northeastern states extend the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) from 2020 to 2030, Maine’s Department of Environmental Protection and the Public Utilities Commission will help make decisions regarding regional levels of carbon pollution. Write now to urge them to keep us on track to lower carbon emissions from power plants while lowering energy costs.