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Resilient Habitats

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What does wilderness mean to the millennial generation? Does the idea of wilderness have any relevance for twenty-first century environmentalists? Find out more.

Climate disruption is the largest threat that our natural heritage has ever faced. We must now actively work to create resilient habitats where plants, animals, and people are able to survive and thrive on a warmer planet. Click the images below to learn more, and take action by urging the Obama administration to help protect wildlife habitat from climate disruption.

Adirondacks to Acadia Ecosystem Greater Everglades Ecosystem Gulf Coast Ecosystem Quetico-Superior Ecosystem Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem
Greater Grand Canyon Ecosystem Sierra Nevada Ecosystem California Coast Ecosystem Olympic Peninsula-Puget Sound-North Cascades Ecosystem Arctic Coast Ecosystem

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4.23.14
This is part two of a five part series on the dirty legacy of offshore drilling. Read part one here. The damages from the Exxon Valdez and Deepwater Horizon oil disasters are extensive and long-lasti...
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4.22.14
This is part one of a five part series on the dirty legacy of offshore drilling. Four years ago the Deepwater Horizon drilling rig exploded and sank in the Gulf of Mexico. Between April 20th and July...
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4.4.14
The Obama administration has proposed a new rule to ensure waterways are clean and safe from pollution, just as weather is warming up so Americans can start enjoying them. For years, confusing Suprem...
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Climate disruption is the largest threat that our natural heritage has ever faced. The effects of climate disruption are already being felt on even our most pristine landscapes. Setting aside areas where development is restricted is no longer enough -- we must now actively work to create resilient habitats where plants, animals, and people are able to survive and thrive on a warmer planet.

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