Public lands are home to some of our most cherished landscapes, cultural landmarks, and pristine natural preserves. During the last Congress, three separate bills threatened public lands protections. We must do everything we can to ensure new threats like these do not emerge.
Natural treasures like Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monuments, Devil's Tower, Chaco Canyon and the Grand Canyon need us.
And that's why we need you to pledge to stand with these spectacular places.
Sign the pledge and stand with The Nature Conservancy to protect America's public lands. We cannot sacrifice our most important lands and waters. Our country's special places like these need more protection, not less.
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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.
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I pledge to defend National Monuments
Only 5% of the natural lands around the world at high risk of development are protected. We must continue to be a leader in safeguarding our unique and wild places -- or see them lost forever. We need to uphold and fully fund laws and programs that preserve our irreplaceable public lands -- not roll back on their progress. Now more than ever, protecting our public lands is essential to maintaining our national legacy.