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.
Thousands of people will be,displaced by the rising sea levels and environmental degradation from climate change. However, the United Nations does not define these people as refugees or have any plans to aid them. Urge the UN to protect climate change refugees.
A new, dirty coal mine near the Great Barrier Reef would emit 128 billion tons of CO2, while putting the reef ecosystem and wildlife at risk. Call for a halt to this dangerous, polluting project.
Official planning has begun for a large wildlife crossing to benefit cougar populations. Thank state officials for moving forward with these plans and encourage them to secure funding for the rest of the project.
Orangutans are dying in massive numbers because a few companies allegedly set fires where they live to clear land for palm oil fields. Demand these companies be charged heavy fines to help pay for the damage and that they contribute to restoring this animals’ habitat once these fires are under control.
Climate change poses several threats to national security. It must be dealt with as a scientifically proven issue rather than a topic for debate. Demand long-term planning for national and global climate concerns.
The largest known population of rare white deer is at risk if the land where they thrive falls into the wrong hands. Urge officials to save the rare white deer by turning the land into an eco-park safe haven.
Thousands of whales are slaughtered every year. They die horrific and agonizing deaths simply for the benefit of an industry that is in severe decline. Sign this petition to stop commercial whaling and save these suffering whales.
Monarch butterflies are losing habitat rapidly due to the conversion of native grasslands to biofuel crop fields. Stop the destruction of these native lands and protect habitat for monarchs and other species.
Companies are lying about their use of palm oil, tricking animal and environmental activists into buying their products by listing the ingredient under false names. Sign this petition and demand companies have to mark their products properly if they contain palm oil.
Large numbers of dolphins and sharks are killed each year because fishermen slaughter dolphins to use their meat as shark bait. Enforce the ban on dolphin hunting to stop the mass killing of both sharks and dolphins.
Fish farms in freshwater lakes pollute the water and pose a serious threat to the health of aquatic life and the entire freshwater system. Take action now to stop a proposal to add fish farming to a prominent freshwater lake system. Protect water quality and native aquatic life from the effects of fish farming.
Thousands of shorebirds are at risk of being killed by a disastrous oil spill if a new oil terminal in their habitat gets build. Protect these helpless birds and other wildlife from the threat of a toxic catastrophe.
Fracking for gas and oil poisons drinking water and threatens public health, but public statements from the EPA are misleading people about the risks. Demand the EPA stop lying to the public about fracking.
New restorative ocean farms aim to reduce pollution, diminish the effects of climate change, and provide sustainable fishing solutions. Praise this innovation, which provides a natural solution to many of the most pressing issues our oceans currently face.
Almost 96 percent of a circus animal’s life is spent in chains and tiny cages. They are beaten, poked, prodded, and tortured to perform for our “entertainment.” Sign the petition to stop the torture and save circus animals from abuse.
Massive amounts of insects are invading Britain, likely due to climate change. Demand that stronger measures be implemented to mitigate these drastic effects of global warming.
Florida panthers will soon be better protected from drivers once a 10-foot high fence that stretches for miles along a major highway is built. Thank the transportation department for proceeding with this very intelligent decision.
The golden-cheeked warbler is in danger. High ranking military officials and developers are appealing for the bird to be taken off of the endangered species list despite its high-risk status. Urge the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to continue protecting this bird as an endangered species.
Despite animal agriculture being a major cause of global warming, it will not be discussed during an important climate change conference. Sign this petition to ask that this important issue be addressed by policy makers to ensure that our current climate crisis doesn’t escalate beyond repair.