Actions You Can Take

We have identified below four actions you can take to make a difference. Each one of these actions can help create the environment in which we want to live, but each of us must take some action. Voice your concern.   Make your opinion heard.   Remember what we do today will be left to our children tomorrow.

"Never doubt that a small group of concerned citizens can change the world.
Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has."
-Margaret Mead

1. Write or call your two elected Senators and your Representative in the U.S. Congress.

You can find the addresses and phone numbers of your elected officials in the Government section of your local phone book, or for House members and for Senators. To call an office directly, call (202) 224-3121 for the Capitol Switchboard, to connect you to the specific Representative's office.

2. Write or call your President and his cabinet:

You can forward to them the letter you send to your Congressional Representatives.

3. Share this information with anyone you think might be willing to help, or with others willing to write or call Congress or the President.

4. Donate to the Ocean Mammal Institute so we can continue to work for you to stop underwater noise pollution and keep our oceans safe for all its inhabitants.

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We appreciate that you are concerned about the environment we live in and want to do the right thing, but may not have time to constantly follow the actions of our government on this issue.

Marsha L. Green, Ph.D.,
President / Founder, Ocean Mammal Institute

Key issues you may choose to include in your letters to Congress:

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