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Mary Katherine Moore
Content Creator

In the time it takes you to brush your teeth tonight, Canada's boreal forest will lose three football fields of trees.

Celebrating 61 years of our nation’s greatest wild place

The organizations who signed our letter to Walmart demonstrate the wide-ranging benefits of installing solar panels at big box retail stores

Life begins in the space between land and sea. Funding in the Build Back Better Act can help keep these places intact.

Many Thanksgiving favorites wouldn’t be the same without bees

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Mandy Apa
Associate, Environment Washington

I’ve never considered myself much of a runner, but I laced up and ran for 14 miles. And I felt like every step I took was for salmon, and, in return, our orcas. 

An energy future that doesn’t threaten America’s coastlines and marine life; now that is “better.”

U.S. House of Representatives passed the Build Back Better Act with Arctic protections intact

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John Stout
Content Creator

A coalition has committed to working with the National Marine Fisheries Service to develop a long-term plan to protect salmon runs, which are critical to the Southern Resident orca that feed on them.

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Mary Katherine Moore
Content Creator

Twenty-three species were declared extinct in the United States in September, underscoring the urgency with which we must act to stave off further losses. A new report from our research partners, “Reconnecting Nature: How wildlife corridors can help save species,” outlines seven different examples of species-saving wildlife corridors.