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NRDC is a leader and trusted source in environmental policy and research. 

From reports to issue briefs, we ensure accountability through peer review led by our Science Office, which provides data and scientific analysis that help shape and guide NRDC’s policies and positions. We also offer a range of other resources, such as 101 guides and consumer-focused scorecards to increase access to knowledge about how everyone can be a catalyst for change. 

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Perforaciones en alta mar 101

GuideAlaska, West, Louisiana, Georgia, North CarolinaShelia Hu
Una mirada a cómo funcionan las perforaciones en busca de petróleo y gas en los océanos, y por qué es hora de que pasen a la historia.

Offshore Drilling 101

GuideAlaska, West, Louisiana, Georgia, North CarolinaShelia Hu
A look into how drilling for oil and gas in the oceans works—and why it’s time to make it history.

La contaminación del agua: Todo lo que necesitas saber

GuideUnited States, InternationalMelissa Denchak

Nuestros ríos, embalses, lagos y mares se están ahogando en productos químicos, residuos, plásticos y otros contaminantes. A continuación te explicamos por qué y qué puedes hacer para ayudar.

Water Pollution: Everything You Need to Know

GuideUnited States, InternationalMelissa Denchak
Our rivers, reservoirs, lakes, and seas are drowning in chemicals, waste, plastic, and other pollutants. Here’s why―and what you can do to help.

Acidificación de los océanos: lo que debes saber

GuideUnited States, InternationalPerrin Ireland, Shelia Hu

La contaminación por carbono no sólo ha ocasionado que nuestro clima sea más cálido, también ha causado que nuestros océanos sean más ácidos.

Ocean Pollution: The Dirty Facts

GuideInternational, United StatesMelissa Denchak

We’re drowning marine ecosystems in trash, noise, oil, and carbon emissions.

Biodiversity 101

GuideInternational, United StatesCourtney Lindwall

How do we define and measure biodiversity—and just why is it so important?

Beach Pollution 101

GuideUnited States, InternationalShelia Hu

Litter, sewage, plastic, and other pollutants do more than just ruin the beauty of the beach. They are closing down coastal areas, destroying marine life, and making people seriously sick.