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Welcome to the Environmental Action Center! Here you can sign petitions, send messages to decision makers, write letters to the editor of your local newspapers, and find other ways to help protect the clean water and air, wildlife, and wild places that help make the United States so special.

Take Action to Save the EPA

Take Action to Save the EPA

You can stop more than half a billion dollars in cuts to environmental protection programs.

Write a letter for imperiled species

Write a Letter for Wildlife

Send a letter to the editor of your local newspaper telling them that you think we should keep the Endangered Species Act as strong as possible.

Stand with our public lands.

Public Lands Need a Champion

Take action for some of America's most beautiful and ecologically important places.

Stop the green investor gag rule

Stop the Green Investor Gag Rule

Care about how your investments impact the planet? You could be silenced.

Take Action to Save the EPA

Write a Letter

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Send a message for wolves

Save Wolves

Help stop state-funded wolf hunts in Oregon.

Tell Netflix to Go Green

Urge Netflix to Go Green

Tell the streaming video service you want them to power its site with clean, renewable energy sources — not coal-fired power plants that can pollute the atmosphere and harm our environment.

Protect the Boundary Waters

Protect the Boundary Waters

Speak out to save this important watershed from the threat of sulfide-ore copper mining.

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Spotlight on the Environmental Protection Agency

For more than 45 years, the Environmental protection Agency has been our nation's best guardian of the clean air and water, wildlife, and wild places that help make our country so special. Now some in Washington want to slash the agency's budget — and we need your help to stop them. Learn more >


Help Reduce Food Waste

Producing food that is ultimately thrown out consumes around one third of America’s freshwater along with massive tracts of land. It also encourages the use of pesticides, herbicides, and fertilizer that can harm fish and other wildlife. Learn more >