The U.S. government has taken the first step toward pulling out of the Paris Agreement on climate change. This decision is alarming and short-sighted.
Science shows us that climate change is the most urgent threat facing our planet today. And the steps we must take to steer humanity away from irreparable harm cut across borders. International cooperation is not optional—it's essential.
America needs to honor our commitments to global climate action like the Paris Agreement, the unprecedented global pact among 196 nations on climate action. We cannot be silent.
Sign the petition now—Tell Congress and the White House that the U.S. must stand strong on climate change.
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?
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Action on Paris Agreement
I support the importance of strong U.S. participation in global climate action. U.S. leadership is essential if we are going to protect our planet from the irreparable impacts of climate change.I care deeply about our lands and waters--and the communities that rely upon them--and I'm counting on you to prioritize science-based policies that will protect our nation's natural heritage, our most cherished places, and the many benefits nature provides to communities.For decades, America has demonstrated significant and bipartisan international leadership on environmental issues, from President Reagan's efforts to protect the ozone layer with the Montreal Protocol all the way through our current commitment to the Paris Agreement.I urge you not to back away from taking action on climate change, one of the most pressing threats facing our planet today.