You may have heard that The Intercept asked nine big tech corporations whether it would help a Trump Administration build a "Muslim registry" of American citizens who practice Islam (or who come from Islamic nations), and only Twitter, at first, said no. After some public pressure, Microsoft, Google, and Facebook also said they'd have nothing to do with such a thing, and you could either bemoan the cowardice of big corporations in the face of evil or find it reassuring that public pressure about standing up to evil still works -- or both! In any case, several big tech corporations still remain silent about the matter; of course, Tha Bush Mobb already tried a Muslim registry (albeit of foreign men who traveled to and from the United States), and that didn't result in even one terror-related conviction -- but it did disrupt Muslim communities with the threat of detainment and deportation, which is exactly the kind of thing that leads other sympathetic Muslims to become terrorists. Why, it's almost like that's the whole idea. Hence both Color of Change and CREDO help you tell big tech corporations to refuse to help build a "Muslim registry."
Meanwhile, if you've missed previous opportunities to tell the Obama Administration to ban corporate dumping of fracking wastewater into our oceans, then Environmental Action still helps you do that. Yes, frackers can dump their wastewater into our oceans! And I guess they think that's OK since no one's drinking the ocean water -- except that, well, one day, if San Diego and Israel (among others) can continue their good work in ocean water desalination, we may in fact be drinking ocean water one day, and in the meantime, plenty of marine species are completely defenseless against the poison coming into their habitat. If you find that last item too tree-huggy for your taste, consider that among those completely defenseless marine species are plenty of species that human beings eat, and a lot of those species (particularly shrimp in the Gulf of Mexico) still haven't recovered from various other ecological disasters. Also, too, people like to go to the ocean to swim in it, like we've been doing since time immemorial, and why would nominal conservatives sacrifice our ancient impulses to ephemeral corporate profit?