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.
More Environmental Actions
Stop Drilling in Carrizo Plain
Urge a California-based oil and gas company to abandon its risky proposal for a new oil well and pipeline in Carrizo Plain National Monument.
Speak Out for the Tongass
Help safeguard America’s largest national forest from destructive logging and other harmful development.
Speak Out for Elephants and Lions
Tell the Trump administration to restore the US ban on importing hides, feet and other trophies from imperiled African elephants and lions.
Your toolkit for saving monarchs at home
The number of monarch butterflies in North America has plummeted in recent years as pesticides eliminate vast swaths of the milkweed these beautiful pollinators need to survive.
We can all act to save monarchs in our own homes and communities by planting native milkweed. Find out how!
Take Action for the Great Lakes
President Trump still wants Congress to cut Great Lakes cleanup funding by 90%. Help convince Speaker Paul Ryan to support full funding again.
Urge the Trump administration to restore the ban on trophy hunters importing hides, heads, and other trophies from the imperiled elephant and lion parts they’ve killed.
Save Whales from Plastic Pollution
Urge your governor to ban polystyrene to protect our the world’s whales from plastic pollution.
Each year, an estimated 500,000 to one million birds are killed in the United States after landing on fluid-filled waste pits at oil and gas production operations. Urge energy companies to reduce “accidental” bird deaths.
Speak Out for Sea Turtles
Fishing interests are pushing the federal government to reduce endangered species protections for the Atlantic’s leatherback sea turtles.
Tell Congress: We Need the EPA
President Trump’s latest budget would slash the Environmental Protection Agency’s budget by nearly 25 percent.
Restore the Great Lakes
Funding for Great Lakes restoration could be slashed by up to 90 percent in 2019.
Save Northeast Canyons and Seamounts
Protect imperiled whales and sea turtles from destructive commercial fishing and oil and gas drilling.
Urge Amazon to Sell Butterfly Flowers
Imperiled monarchs need milkweed to survive.
Stop Deadly Fishing Entanglements
The fate of the world’s remaining North Atlantic right whales may be stake.
Tweet to Save the EPA
Send a tweet to urge Congress to fully fund the Environmental Protection Agency
Speak Out for Offshore Drilling Safety
Stop the Trump administration from rolling back safety regulations that help protect people and marine wildlife.
Protect Organ Mountain - Desert Peaks National Monument
We could lose this gorgeous monument among the jagged mountains outside Las Cruces, New Mexico to toxic mining, grazing interests, and real estate developers.
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.
Stop Deadly, Deafening Seismic Blasting
The SECURE Act would expand offshore seismic testing, threatening the lives of dolphins, sea turtles and other wildlife.
Urge Netflix to Go Green
Tell the streaming video service you want them to power its site with clean, renewable energy sources.
Help stop new commercial logging in Maine's Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument
Stop the Green Investor Gag Rule
Care about how your investments impact the planet? You could be silenced.
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 >