The critically endangered Murray River is being stripped of its protected status, endangering humans and animals alike. Tell Australia’s Federal Environment Minister that the environment is more important than big industry.
Polar bears are under attack from poachers and Big Oil companies. Nowhere do polar bears face more peril than in Canada, where polar bear skins and body parts are regularly sold on the market. Tell Canada it is time to protect this iconic species, before they are gone forever.
Shark fin soup is a cruel dish that promotes the inhumane killing of sharks and dolphins. Urge Hilton Hotels to immediately stop serving this dish in its hotels worldwide.
Farm and ranch lands are at risk of destruction due to poor management and increased development. Tell federal officials to keep conservation programs accessible, so farmers can save their land for future generations.
Polar bears are seriously threatened by climate change and fossil fuel exploration. Thank scientists for improving our ability to locate and map polar bear dens, helping protect them from the impacts of development.
Agriculture and logging has destroyed most of the habitat of the imperiled Australian koala. Help save this amazing species by calling on authorities to take action.
An estimated 1.69 billion pounds of cigarette butt litter ends up in toxic waste dumps every year. Applaud Illinois lawmakers for banning cigarette butt litter and penalizing perpetrators with a $1,500 fine.
The gray wolf, nearly eliminated in the 1960′s, has recovered in a handful of states due to conservation efforts. Removal of their federally protected status is being considered, which could be devastating for the fragile population. Demand that the gray wolf remain federally protected as an endangered species.
The gray wolf was tragically exterminated from Olympic National Park, as it was throughout most of the United States. The reintroduction of wolves to the park would benefit the ecosystem, increase tourism and boost the local economy.
Bee populations are declining across the country, and you can do your part to help sustain their numbers. Pledge to plant flowers during the next planting season, and ensure that bees get the nutrition they need to survive.
The Polar Bear Seas, off the coast of Alaska, are home to a dizzying array of wildlife, including polar bears, grey whales and countless kinds of birds. Yet this spectacular ecosystem is under attack by Big Oil and Gas companies which are looking to exploit the environment for financial gain. Tell President Obama to stop the destruction of this wondrous place before it is too late.
President Obama recently extended a law protecting the near-extinct Right whale. By setting reduced speed limits in whale populated areas, ships are less likely to collide with the unfortunate whales. Thank President Obama for making this decision.
There are only 40 Scottish Wildcats remaining in the wild, and they may be completely wiped out in just a few months. Urge the Scottish government to step in and help save these regal creatures.
The Hawksbill Sea Turtle has graced our oceans for over 100 million years, and is now a critically endangered species. Urge officials in Puerto Rico to end the illegal wildlife trade, and help stop a major threat to this amazing animal.
Endangered tigers, orangutans, and other species are threatened by a plan to open one of the most biologically diverse rainforests in the world to development. Call for this area’s permanent protection.
Home Depot is one of the largest retailers of neonicotinoid pesticides, which are killing bees at an alarming rate. Sign the petition to demand that they immediately remove neonicotinoid pesticides from their stores nationwide.
Rock bands, Heart and The Barenaked Ladies, and country singer, Willie Nelson, were scheduled to perform at Sea World in Orlando, Florida in February. However, questions have been raised about Sea World’s abusive treatment of captive whales, prompting the musicians to cancel their upcoming shows. Sign the petition to support the musician’s brave stance against animal cruelty.
Canadian grizzly bears may soon face an increased threat from legalized hunting. Hasty research has prompted a proposal for enlarged grizzly hunting areas, but in reality, the increase in hunting may kill the bears off . Sign this petition and reduce the area of legal grizzly bear hunting, not expand it.
Protecting wetlands is essential to ensuring water resources are clean and plentiful in the United States, but Congress is proposing cuts to wetland conservative efforts. Demand Congress reinstate conservation funding.
Major online retailer, Amazon.com, has promised to commercially fly drones to deliver products to their customers. While defending their territory and nests from perceived threats, birds will be put at risk for severe injury and death. Sign the petition to stop the unnecessary deaths of birds.
Hundreds of sea turtles are threatened by a proposed resort development on their nesting grounds. Urge the resort to protect these endangered animals rather than harming them.
A compassionate diver saved a bottlenose dolphin’s life in early 2013. Commemorate this diver’s good deed by signing this petition, and let him know that his actions are an inspiration for humans to help animals in need.
The Great Barrier Reef is one of the most famous natural sites in the world, but its future is in real jeopardy. Already ravaged by pollution, a planned project for the world’s largest coal mine could deal the death blow to this precious habitat. Sign this petition today, and stop the Great Barrier Reef from being used as a garbage dump.
Western Australia’s government has decided to kill sharks that venture close to shore, rather than seeking non-lethal ways to prevent shark attacks. This is unsustainable, and will put more stress on already endangered species. Demand that non-harmful shark deterrents be used instead.
A shortcut to producing clean energy has just been discovered. Scientists found a way to create hydrogen, putting proposed plans for the element’s everyday energy solutions within grasp. Congratulate and praise the scientists for their findings.