We love the places, plants and animals that abound throughout our amazing country and around our incredible planet, and we want to protect them. Environmental Action’s mission is to unite as many like-minded people as we can around the values, practices and policies that are necessary to not only sustain life on our planet but to help it thrive in all its wildness and wonder.
About Environmental Action
The original Environmental Action was founded in 1970, on the first Earth Day, as a community of grassroots environmental activists for a cleaner, greener world.
We believe that in a more perfect world, more of us would value the environment for its own sake, not only because people get something out of it. We refuse to remain silent when the wildlife and wild places we love are degraded and destroyed by reckless exploitation. We stand ready whenever necessary to unite our voices for a greener world. And we’re open to anybody who shares our passion to make all life on our planet not only possible, but awesome — with clean air and water, abundant wildlife, and the places we love protected forever.
What We Do
We’re defending our nation’s wonderful, wild wolves wherever they roam. We’re working to restore Endangered Species Act protection for gray wolves; standing up for the last wild red wolves on Earth; and promoting protection for the lobos of the American Southwest.
Photo by Yellowstone National Park | Public Domain
Bee populations are in startling decline — but we can save them. We’re advocating for bans on the most harmful uses of the pesticides that kill bees and promoting the planting of bee-friendly habitat across the nation. Our Beeport Card grades states on their bee-friendly policies.
Photo by Public Domain | Public Domain
Environmental Action supporters stand up for nature in all its forms. We’re working to protect special places from harmful drilling on land and offshore; stop deforestation from the Tongass to the Amazon; save vulnerable wildlife from extinction; and much more.
Photo by Forest Service Alaska Region, USDA via Flickr | Public Domain
How you can help
If you share our vision and values, we invite you to join Environmental Action’s growing community of supporters. When you sign up, we’ll connect you with opportunities to join us in taking action to protect threatened wildlife, defend special places and promote policies that put the environment where it belongs: at the center of our lives.