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Protect America's Parks
From Yellowstone to the Everglades, America's parks need our help to keep development, mining, drilling and logging at bay. Yet some in Congress want to slash conservation funds by 93%. That's crazy. Take action now to protect our parks.
Save Yosemite from toxic mining
With the price of gold through the roof and 185 active mining claims staked within 10 miles of Yosemite National Park, it is critical to tell the Obama Administration, Protect Yosemite from toxic mining before major mining operations begin.
Stop Denying Global Warming
Tell Sen. James Inhofe to stop denying global warming
Support a rule that says: "No new dirty power plants"
On Sept. 20, President Obama effectively said "no new dirty power plants," -- America's largest single-source of carbon pollution -- when his EPA proposed a strong standard to limit carbon pollution from new power plants.
Tell Congress: Support clean energy!
Wind Power for America: Tell Congress to support clean energy by renewing investments in wind energy
Tell the EPA: It's time to close the loopholes for polluters and
Tell the EPA: It's time to close the loopholes for polluters and protect our waterways.
Tell the EPA: It's time to protect all our waterways
Tell the EPA: It's time to close the loopholes for polluters and protect our waterways.
Thank President Obama for the New Historic Clean Car Standards
Thank President Obama for the New Historic Clean Car Standards
Thank the Obama administration for protecting the Grand Canyon
Thank the Obama administration for their monumental new protections for the Grand Canyon.
What Would Teddy Roosevelt Do?
Over 100 years ago, President Theodore Roosevelt marveled as he first viewed the West's stunning public lands. Today, despite record visits and popularity, our public lands are facing increasing threats from pollution and development. What would Teddy do?

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