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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.
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.
Scientist Kim Knowlton monitors the inextricable connections between the planet's fragile health and our own.
Residents of the Windy City are fighting the tar sands industry from spreading its toxic petcoke around town.
Shelley Poticha, director of NRDC’s Urban Solutions program, discusses building a better future where we live.
In the race to promote fuel efficiency and lower vehicle pollution, Roland Hwang is firmly in the lead.
Anjali Jaiswal, director of NRDC’s India program, discusses harnessing the power of clean energy in the country.
NRDC scientist Dana Gunders has written the book on the mounting problem of food waste.
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