Help The Environment.View email in web browser. Half Of Their Habitat Could Disappear We need to seek alternative power sources -- not just for the sake of mankind, but the world of wildlife around us. Case in point: Climate change is threatening to destroy the wolverines' few remaining snowy homes. If we don't act now, more than half of their habitat will be gone in the next 70 years.
This can be prevented! A renewable energy bill outlines steps to support sources of clean energy which will in turn help decrease negative impacts on public land resources and reduce effects of global warming. Wind and solar development in particular will benefit local communities, recreation and wildlife alike.
Support the Public Lands and Renewable Energy Development Act and help the wolverines today! Take Action!
Fewer Than 160 Remain
Help conserve this critically endangered big cat! Speak out and urge the Fish and Wildlife Service to protect the Florida panther.
Who Killed This Wolf?
Breeding pairs are a vital part of the Mexican gray wolf recovery plan. A tremendous loss occurred when the female of one of these pairs was recently killed.
Investigate Her Death
Don't Dirty The Waters
The Arctic Ocean is NO place for risky oil drilling! Allowing drilling puts numerous ocean species in danger.
It's Not Worth It
Protect the Jaguars of Sky Island
The diverse ecosystem of the Sky Islands region needs your help. By donating you will contribute to conservation and protection.
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