Strike for Climate Action

Youth activists are striking for the future of our planet. Join them on September 20.

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Stop Neighborhood Drilling

Oil and gas developments across the United States are disproportionately located in low-income and minority communities. Environmental justice groups across the country are at the forefront of the fight to stop neighborhood drilling and return power back to the community.

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Protect Your Peaks

Coastlines around the world are facing threats that range from fish farms and plastic pollution to offshore oil drilling and climate change. We need to defend the future of our waves—because if we don’t do it, nobody will.

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Protect Wild Fish

We made our new film Artifishal to help ensure a future with more fish for all of us. We are living in a time of high human population and increasing pressure on our natural resources. If we want fish for our kids, we need to take responsibility for protecting the wild fish and waters that we love.

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Save the Clean Water Act

The current administration is proposing eliminating Clean Water Act protections for waters—and communities—across the country by removing historically protected rivers, streams, lakes, wetlands and other waterways from its “waters of the United States” definition.

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Our public lands and waters are under threat

Responding to this administration’s attack on national monuments to further undermine our public lands and waters, a broad coalition of businesses, Native American tribes, conservation groups and concerned citizens are speaking up. Join us and raise your voice in defense of our public lands.

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Protect the Arctic Refuge and stand with the Gwich’in

The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge is a wildlife refuge, not an oil field. Tell your representatives before it’s too late—vote to pass the Arctic Cultural and Coastal Plain Protection Act.

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Protect takayna / Tarkine

takayna / Tarkine in northwestern Tasmania is home to one of the last undisturbed tracts of old-growth rainforest in the world. Yet this place, which remains largely as it was when dinosaurs roamed the planet, is at the mercy of destructive extraction industries, including logging and mining.

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Save the Boundary Waters

The Campaign to Save the Boundary Waters is a national movement that is working to protect the clean water, clean air and forest landscape of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness. Act now to protect America’s most visited Wilderness.

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