The environment is important to some, but to others the environment is not a concern. People that care about the Environment, Global Warming, and Climate Change are aware and respectful of future generations well being, but there are those that just care about themselves, continuing to pollute and consume the earths treasures withouot regard for preservation. People seem to go on and do what they havve been doing for years, as this is their "rythm" or "routine". Hopping in your V8 Car or Truck to drive 1-2 blocks to the store to get some soda, and then driving back home in the same fasion. It is pretty pathetic, actually.

"If a tree falls in the forest… and no one is there to hear it… RAN makes noise!"

That phrase best surmises what RAN (The Rainforest Action Network) has been dedicated to for the past twenty-five years, something this short video attempts to demonstrate.  Since its arrival on the public stage in 1985, RAN, headquartered in San Francisco, has managed to become one of the most successful and prominent environmental activist groups in the public forum, with connections that span the globe.

For the past twenty five years, RAN has been dedicated to campaigning for the "the forests, their inhabitants and the natural systems that sustain life." RAN has focused its efforts on non-violent public demonstrations as a means to advance their causes, and they have been remarkably successful in doing so.

In Terms of conservation, RAN has managed to save and continues to save, acres upon acres of ancient forests and ecosystems globally, including forests in Canada, Indonesia, Brazil, Chile to name a few.

The people of RAN have also been tireless advocates for the rights and welfare of indigenous people worldwide. They work with the "perspective that social, economic and environmental issues are interconnected and interdependent," and that

This new mini-documentary reveals everything you should know about Proposition 23, but mostly, it exposes the wild inaccuracies spread by the initiative's main proponents, all of whom have a financial stake in 23's success.

Proposition 23 is a new initiative that seeks to overturn California's Clean Air Law (AB 32), which "holds polluters accountable and requires them to reduce air pollution that threatens human health and contributes to global climate change." Advocates of Proposition 23 maintain that AB 32 kills jobs.

However, when we follow the money trail, it turns out that the main funders of this new initiative are Big Texas Oil Companies, most notably Valero and Tesoro. About "96% of the fund[ing] from