Fall Update: You’re standing up for wildlife and wild places
Together, we’re working hard to stand up for the wildlife and wild places that make our planet amazing.
Conservationist and author Edward Abbey once said, “Wilderness is not a luxury but a necessity of the human spirit.”
Over the past few months, many of our country’s wild places and wild creatures have been put at risk. Plastic is piling up in our oceans, polluting our water and threatening whales, sea turtles and other wildlife. Wolves, elephants and other vulnerable creatures are at risk from those seeking to hunt them. The Trump administration is considering opening the Grand Canyon’s backyard, Bristol Bay and other special places to harmful mining projects.
Together, we’re working hard to stand up for the wildlife and wild places that make our planet amazing. At Environmental Action, we’re thankful for your ongoing support in tackling these and other pressing challenges. Our collective efforts truly make the difference.
Rich, Marcia, Pat, Chris, Kirk and Jen
The Environmental Action Team
Here are the articles from our fall update!
Our oceans have a foam problem.
We can’t let wolves vanish forever.