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The Future Belongs to Visionaries

StatementUnited States, Arctic
President Obama has a unique opportunity to help safeguard our climate, our children’s health, and our coasts by permanently protecting the U.S. Arctic and Atlantic oceans from future oil and gas leasing.

Joint NGO 30x30 Oceans Statement (PDF)

Joint statement made to the UN Convention on Biological Diversity governments, calling for support and financial commitments to protect and conserve 30% of the global ocean.

Petition to Revoke All Tolerances for Neonic Insecticides on Food (PDF)

NRDC submitted this petition to demand that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency revoke tolerances for neonicotinoid insecticides (“neonics”) on food, which would eliminate major sources of public exposure to these neurotoxic chemicals. NRDC presents research showing that current levels of...

NRDC/EEI Joint Statement to State Utility Regulators (PDF)

A joint statement by the Natural Resources Defense Council and Edison Electric Institute, including recommendations to advance clean energy, presented to the winter meeting of the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners in Washington, D.C., on Feb. 14, 2018.

Position Statement on Solar Radiation Management (PDF)

Solar Radiation Management (SRM) is a controversial concept intended to address the symptoms of climate disruption (but not the causes). SRM would involve injecting particles in the stratosphere to prevent a small fraction of sunlight from reaching the earth’s surface...

Gulf of Maine Lobster Fishery MSC Notice of Objection (PDF)

NRDC, Animal Welfare Institute, and Defenders of Wildlife objected to a determination that the Gulf of Maine lobster fishery should be recertified to the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) sustainability standard, on the grounds that the fishery threatens the critically endangered...