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Enforce Environmental and Animal Welfare Laws Initiative

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NRDC Says Stop Breaking the Law!
Corporations, lawmakers, and enforcement agencies should be accountable for breaking environmental and animal welfare laws.

Rise Above Destruction

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Save Beluga Whales From Industrial Attack

Stop Acidifying Our Water

Stop Drilling

Get Shell Out of the Arctic

Protect Endangered Species

Protect the Lacey Act From Corrupt Politics

Apache Alaska Stop Threatening Endangered Whales

Preserve Alaska

Stop Attacking Lawfully Protected Wildlife and Habitats

Protect Marine Life From Pebble Mine Scheme Initiative

To keep thriving fish markets and tourism industries in Alaska it is best to avoid generating roach motel taglines like, “Alaska, home of lethal mine tailing ponds. The marine life and tourists come in but they won’t go out.”

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Pebble Mine of Bristol Bay Endangers Whales

Think About Real Consequences



Take Action and Save the Whales

Leave Bristol Bay and Beluga Whales Alone

Stop Pebble Mine

Tell International Investors That Pebble Mine is a NO Go

We Do NOT Want Pebble Mine! No Means No!

Fish are More Important Than Jewelry Reject Pebble Mine

Stop Foreign Interests in Destroying Critical Beluga Habitat

Stop Destructive Open-Pit Mining

Enforce The Endangered Species Act and Stop Pebble Mine

Enforce Beluga Whale Protections

Stop Foreign Invasion for Destructive Mining Operation

Protect Salmon From Pebble Mine

Save the Whales From International Corporate Greed

Humpback Whales Threatened by Oil Industry

Western Australia seeks to protect Humpback whales from the clutches of oil industries that seek to exploit the areas untapped resources.

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Florida Residents Plead for Panthers

Florida residents are dismayed as they face the extinction of the beloved state animal, the Florida Panther, for the sake of building a “Green” power plant when there are numerous other alternatives available that would not affect the last of these wild cats.

Read More: Florida Residents Plead for Panthers