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March 27, 2015
Tusks Aren’t Trophies
Poachers kill nearly 35,000 elephants for their tusks every year—a rate that could drive them to extinction in a decade. The United States announced a ban on the ivory trade last year but has yet to fully enforce it. Elephants are counting on you, President Obama—and they're running out of time.
Will the Supreme Court Reverse Life-Saving Pollution Limits?
An All-Night Congressional Assault on the Environment.
Three Ways the New Fracking Rules for Federal Lands Fall Short.
California Has One Year
of Water Left.
Climate Change Is Slowing the Atlantic Ocean's Circulation. That's Bad News.
Prince Charles Is Right. We Need a Sustainability "Revolution."
– Rhea Suh –
Director of Programs
Federal Agencies Will Lead the Way by Cutting Their Carbon Pollution
Senior Attorney and Asia Director
Hong Kong Is Fighting to Control Shipping Emissions
The Diane Rehm Show
The Obama Administration Issues First Federal Regulations
Your Computer Wastes a Lot of Energy While You're Not Using It
The Texas Legislature Wants to Charge Towns that Ban Fracking
Save elephants from extinction!
Tell President Obama to shut down the
U.S. ivory trade.
We defend. We protect.
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