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In anticipation of Earth Day, we're joining the March for Science on April 14—a mobilization of people committed to standing up for science and its power to change our world for the better.
We're marching because now is the time to recognize the value of science at this critical turning point for nature. Science holds the key to taking on our biggest environmental challenges and finding common-sense solutions. If you share our belief that science is not a partisan issue, please join the cause.
Sign the pledge to stand with us. We’ll proudly add your name to our March for Science signs to represent you and thousands of science-minded advocates.
Together, we can make our voices heard: Strong investments in science and technology are critical to creating a healthy future for people and our planet. As the Conservancy's biologists, ecologists, and conservation scientists rally with thousands of people in our nation's capital, it will give us great strength to show the world that you're with us.
America needs to honor our commitments to global climate action. Call for strong and continued U.S. leadership.
The lands that the endangered Florida panther calls home are at risk. Only 180 of these majestic cats are left, and every acre of habitat is critical. Call on Congress today to protect the natural resources the panther and other wildlife depends on.
It's simple: we can't protect our nation's air, water and natural places unless we protect conservation funding.
Invasive species run amok in our lakes, parks -- and even in our own backyards. They overrun native plants and damage the lands and waters that plants and animals need to survive.
Congress is close to taking a critical step to reduce U.S. energy use -- an essential strategy in the fight against climate change. But unless they hear from you now, this vital legislation will go unpassed, increasing threats to nature and communities.
There’s a leafy superhero in your backyard. How much do you know about the power of trees?
Sign the Pledge
I agree that science holds the key to solving the biggest environmental challenges. We can find common-sense solutions that protect both nature and people but only if our nation makes strong investments in science, nature, clean water, and healthy air. I'm adding my name to stand with The Nature Conservancy at the March for Science in Washington, D.C.