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The Natural Resources Defense Council works to safeguard the earth - its people,
its plants and animals, and the natural systems on which all life depends.
Green skylines aren't just about shiny new skyscrapers. NRDC's City Energy Project aims to fix our old energy-suckers.
Nobody knows the waters around San Francisco (and beyond) better than the director of NRDC's Science Center
When fighting to survive hurricanes and oil spills, Gulf Coast locals have NRDC attorney Al Huang on their side.
Henry Henderson knows that achieving energy independence and creating new jobs go hand-in-hand.
As NRDC's first-ever artist-in-residence, Jenny Kendler creates interactive sculptures that invite viewers to remember their place in the natural order.
A love of wildlife and the Northern Rockies inspired Matt Skoglund to give up his law career and devote his days to protecting bison and other icons of the American West.
Rhea Suh explains how her lifelong passion of the environment and becoming a mother drew her to an organization that "gets things done."
Fighting deadly heat waves is futile, but preparing for them might wind up saving thousands of lives across the country.
On daytime TV, in film, and on Capitol Hill, scientist Lisa Suatoni opens people's eyes to the plight of the seas.
Brad Sewell is determined to protect our most endangered marine creatures. Even the ugly ones.
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