Jump to navigation
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.
Sean Sherman wants to show the world another type of North American cuisine: indigenous food.
Senior attorney and India program director Anjali Jaiswal leads a small team that’s accomplishing big things in one of the world’s most polluted countries.
The founder of Bold Nebraska has led the Cornhusker State’s years-long rallying cry against TransCanada’s tar sands pipeline.
Half a century later, a parent of the environmental justice movement is still standing up for low-income communities in the Southwest.
A farmer’s daughter turned marketing exec tries something in-between: community gardening—where the business of “knowing your audience” applies just as well.
Jeff Ruch has the backs of worried (and outraged) federal environmental workers hanging on in a Trump world.
NRDC’s chief program officer, Susan Casey-Lefkowitz, knows that resistance takes persistence—and a lot of collaboration.
A Berkeley scientist is studying how climate change is affecting California’s giant sequoias, long considered dependable forest stalwarts.
When social inequity is the issue, NRDC campaigner Rob Friedman falls back on the basics: people skills.
One woman’s mission to save songbirds from their greatest man-made threat: windows.
When you sign up you'll become a member of NRDC's Activist Network. We will keep you informed with the latest alerts and progress reports.