Japan’s controversial practice of “research whaling” that global activists are calling a cover up for whale hunting will reportedly resume again next year, despite Japanese officials being forced to abandon the hunt last year. Demand that Japan does not resume this inhumane practice.
Twenty-six national parks have failed ozone pollution standards set by the EPA. Urge the National Park Service to take action to limit ozone-causing traffic and improve air quality.
Thousands of eastern lowland gorillas are slaughtered by poachers every year. However, rangers lack non-lethal and reliable means to catch illegal hunters, making it so poachers oftentimes get away. Ensure that rangers are allowed to use non-lethal methods to catch poachers in order to help save these innocent animals from extinction.
Aquatic wildlife and wildlife habitat are in danger due to overfishing and the construction of artificial islands. Sign this petition to stop these destructive actions that destroy fragile reefs, fish populations, and endangered species.
A South African judge recently lifted a domestic ban on the trade of rhino horns, a move that could have potentially disastrous results for the endangered population. Demand that the government fight to reverse this grave mistake.
Denmark’s second largest auction house announced that it will stop selling ivory products from endangered species. This move could be a huge profit loss for the company, but the ecological benefit cannot be quantified. Thank the company for standing up for endangered animals.
The next generation of GMOs has the potential to throw the entire ecosystem into disarray. Sign this petition to tell President Obama this research must not be allowed to continue.
Trophy hunting is responsible for the near extinction of the African lion. It targets the strongest members of a pride and puts the pride at risk. Support France in its decision to ban the import of hunting trophies.
Many of America’s most iconic lands are in constant danger of being opened up to dangerous oil and gas drilling. Help put these wild lands off limits to oil and gas development.
Groundwater and global air quality are in jeopardy if a coal mine is approved to extend operations near an existing coal mine and then operate for another 20 years. If the expansion proposal fails, the coal mine will likely close. To shut down this dirty coal mine completely, sign this petition to stop the mine’s proposed expansion project.
It’s time to come together and save the planet from global warming and climate change. Speak up to call for a strong global climate agreement.
Whales and dolphins are being put at risk by deadly explosions set off during Navy training exercises in their habitat. Urge the Navy to safeguard marine life by staying out of these sensitive areas.
Dangerous, dirty oil tankers have no place in sensitive wildlife habitat. Protect coastal ecosystems and the people and animals who depend on them by keeping oil tankers out.
Catastrophic climate change threatens our environment, economy, and security. Tell world leaders to support a strong global agreement to stop climate change now.
Walruses, polar bears, whales and other sensitive wildlife are threatened by Arctic oil drilling projects. Help protect the pristine Arctic from the drills once and for all.
A program designed to save the critically endangered Red Wolf is severely understaffed and unable to adequately perform its duties, leaving the species on the brink of extinction. Demand that U.S. Fish and Wildlife officials address the program’s concerns and save these precious and iconic animals.
Currently, 98 percent of the tuna cans sold in the U.S. feature the misleading and deceptive “dolphin-safe” label and may still contain dolphin meat or be the result of fishing methods that kill the animal. Demand that the “dolphin-safe” label be updated to mean just that – no slaughtered dolphins.
Only three northern white rhinos remain after Nola, a 41-year-old female, died in captivity at the San Diego Zoo. Urge officials to delegate massive funding and create a plan to do everything in their power to protect and save this species.
An approaching global conference on climate change is set to be partially funded by big polluters. Urge the UN to halt corporate sponsors from swaying climate change discussions.
Hundreds of deer may soon be senselessly slaughtered. However, hunting them will likely only make deer populations increase, doing nothing to help people or animals living in the region. Demand that more humane ways be used to control deer populations.
New England’s most famous marine species, including whales and cod, find themselves threatened by a recent proposal that would devastate their natural habitats. Urge local authorities to intervene and protect these vulnerable ecosystems to avoid dire environmental consequence.
Over 3,600 wolves have been slaughtered since 2011. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife wants to delist the wolf as an endangered species, removing their protections under the Endangered Species Act. Sign this petition to help save the grey wolf population.
Increasing industrialization is decimating Canada’s boreal forest. Logging, mining, hydroelectric dams, and oil and gas extraction are destroying over 180 million acres of the forest, making it uninhabitable for birds, insects, animals, and indigenous people who call it home. Sign the petition to protect this fragile ecosystem.
Precious funds needed for conservation programs are in danger of being re-directed to rich oil and gas companies. Urge Congressman Rob Bishop not to cut funding for the maintenance of America’s trails and forests.
Florida state parks may soon be destroyed by hunting, logging and other destructive practices. Demand such catastrophic activities not be allowed to take place on these protected lands.