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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.
The earth’s oceans are at a breaking point, and we must help them heal if we want to survive the challenges of climate change.
Bees, which pollinate crops like apples, blueberries, pumpkins, and watermelon, are facing huge challenges to their survival, such as the overuse of neonic pesticides.
This critical 100-year-old law—and the more than 1,000 bird species it protects—is at risk.
Cover crops, an age-old farming strategy, can help boost soil health, protect water sources, and create fields that are more resilient to climate change.
Vulnerable communities across America pay the highest price for environmental justice issues brought upon by polluters.
Not only is this forest home to millions of indigenous people and endangered species, it’s also indispensable in helping us win the fight against climate change.
This dirty, dangerous oil, which is almost impossible to clean and affects the health of people, is bad news for our country—and the planet.
Tens of thousands of American families live in repeatedly flooded properties—and many feel like there’s no way out.
The regulations that protect Americans’ health, economy, and environment now need our protection.
Climate change poses challenges to our well-being—and the more carbon pollution we put into the air, the worse things will get.
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