facebook twitter Scroll to the top Our Stories › Drawing Out the Science Seismic Sound's Dangerous Imagine dynamite going off in your neighborhood every 10 seconds. Now imagine you can’t leave. That’s how marine life experience offshore oil and gas exploration. August 29, 2016 Perrin Ireland Tell the industry and government to stop harmful ocean noise Take Action Related Stories Victory A Whale of a Win How we got the U.S. Navy to finally agree to stop conducting harmful sonar testing in sensitive whale migration and breeding areas. Explainer Turn Down the Volume on Ocean Noise The underwater racket caused by human activities is destroying marine life. onEarth Story Please Silence Your Sonar The U.S. Navy agrees to give marine mammals off California and Hawaii a break from deafening noise. Victory Saving the Breeding Grounds of the Pacific Gray Whale NRDC led the international fight to keep industrial development out of Mexico’s pristine San Ignacio Lagoon. Explainer To Save Orcas, First Save Salmon Southern Resident orcas face many threats in the Northwest, but giving them more salmon could remedy most of them. Southeast Dispatch Offshore Drilling in the Atlantic? “That’s Not Who We Are.” Southern communities prefer their coastlines sandy, beautiful, and bountiful—not filled with rigs and air guns blasting ships or covered in oil. Drawing Out the Science A Deeper Connection to the Northeast Canyons and Seamounts The precious coral canyons and underwater mountains off the east coast of the United States deserve protection. Action Figure This 13-Year-Old Gives Us Hope for the Future From the classroom to Capitol Hill, Sena Wazer has dedicated herself to standing up for whales.