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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.
Turn your city into a climate sanctuary, lobby your elected officials, and try out these other ways to make change globally by acting locally.
Follow these steps to arrange your meeting, craft your elevator pitch, and ensure your legislators understand why their vote on an issue matters to you and your community.
By taking a stand at town halls and in public hearings and by submitting public comments, you can play a part in the policy-making process.
Stay active in critical public health and environmental issues by producing a personalized piece for publication in a local newspaper.
From weather-stripping windows to using the right light bulbs, these smart and simple tips can help keep your family cozy and your energy costs low.
Taking to the streets is a way to both lift our spirits and to effect real change. But before you head out, read these tips on how to stay vigilant, protest respectfully, and keep your community’s safety in mind.
If you’re voting in person on November 3, go prepared, take the usual COVID-19 precautions—and have patience.
To truly achieve an equitable, fair, and greener future, we must defend Black lives and our climate future, together.
Your state probably allows early in-person or absentee voting. What are you waiting for?
These six tips will help you fend off feelings of isolation by finding safe ways to play, explore, and connect with the wild world outside.
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