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FaCT was founded 11 years ago at East Shore Unitarian Universalist Church in Mentor, OH. We are the oldest interfaith nonprofit organization in Ohio. Our purpose is to engage communities in ongoing efforts to protect our air, water, and soil.

Fact works collaboratively through education, advocacy, and action to address environmental threats ...

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Last winter I partnered with FaCT Ohio as my fiscal sponsor, and received a grant from the Union of Concerned Scientists. The grant was part of a program called Science ...

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Distinguised Speaker Series

Join us online Saturday, June 15 at 3pm for our next Distinguished Speaker

Jennifer Ackerman: What an Owl Knows: The new science of the world’s most enigmatic birds

An instant New York Times bestseller, What An Owl Knows is an exciting exploration of the new science of owls and an investigation into why these ...

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As a lifelong Ohio resident and as a community organizer concerned about people and nature this film haunts me every time I watch it. Watching it with FaCt members on April 13 was no different.

The film depicts the case taken on by Cincinnati attorney, Rob Billot, representing local community members in West Virginia against the DuPont Corporation ...

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Dr. Pokladnik's article was originally published in Ohio ...

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A “sacrifice zone” is a region, state, or community that is thrown under the bus of progress, for the greater good of those driving the bus. The term first appeared during the energy crisis of the 1970s, to describe areas sacrificed to meet the energy needs of the country. Examples of classic sacrifice zones were the uranium mining areas of the West, ...


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