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Show her that Kids Care, too!
If you care about the environment, make your voice heard! It's
important for you to express your views and let adults know what your generation
cares about. So, get out that pencil and paper and write some letters about how
important environmental conservation is to you. It's good to learn how to
write effectively and persuasively, so your message is easy to understand.
- Write about the importance of conserving wildlife habitat.
- Write about the need to stop polluting the land, air and
- Write about the necessity of making laws that protect
endangered species, such as wolves and grizzly bears.
The more letters you write, the more you can accomplish. Ask
your friends to write letters. Ask your teacher if your class can chose an
environmental issue to learn about, then write some letters expressing your
Who do you write to?
You can write to your Senators and Representatives who, as
part of the Legislative Branch of government, propose ideas for laws and then
discuss these bills and vote to decide if they should come into effect.
It is the duty of all Senators and Representatives to take
into consideration how their constituents feel about a bill before they vote for
or against it. It is the responsibility of constituents, like you, to let
Senators and Representatives know how you feel about laws on important
environmental issues. Use the links below to find the addresses for the Senators
and Representatives in your area and write or email them a letter.
You can even write or e-mail the President of the United States.
President Barack H. Obama
The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20500