Action implies something beyond participation.... the ability to assess needs, make decisions and take action toward the solution of specific environmental problems. Not everyone will want to stand in front of a bulldozer but when the occasion arises we hope that at least some of our associates will be willing and able to intervene. ERES hopes that it will have helped provide clients with the resources to understand the situation and take reasonable and courageous but not too outrageous action.
ERES believes that one of its most important roles is to assist groups and individuals who wish to create and sustain environmental programs activities that will, have a multiplier and in-perpetuity effect. Examples of this type of work include:
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