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Resilient Habitats

Climate change is the largest threat that our natural heritage has ever faced. We must now actively work to create resilient habitats where plants, animals, and people are able to survive and thrive on a warmer planet. Click the images below to learn more, and take action by urging the Obama administration to help protect wildlife habitat from climate change.

Adirondacks to Acadia Ecosystem Greater Everglades Ecosystem Gulf Coast Ecosystem Quetico-Superior Ecosystem Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem
Greater Grand Canyon Ecosystem Sierra Nevada Ecosystem California Coast Ecosystem Olympic Peninsula-Puget Sound-North Cascades Ecosystem Arctic Coast Ecosystem

News

1.11.12
Monday, U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar announced a 20-year mining protection for 1 million acres of public land near Grand Canyon National Park. The announcement marked an overwhelming su...
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1.4.12
Red Butte, Kaibab National Forest, Arizona (Image: Kim Crumbo) In March 2009, one of Barack Obama’s first acts as President of the United States was to sign a 2 million acre omnibus lands bill into l...
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12.28.11
This iconic bird is one of the great success stories of the Endangered Species Act (Image: USFWS) I’m lucky enough to make my home in a wooded area along the Potomac River, outside of Washington, DC....
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Climate change is the largest threat that our natural heritage has ever faced. The effects of climate disruption are already being felt on even our most pristine landscapes. Setting aside areas where development is restricted is no longer enough — we must now actively work to create resilient habitats where plants, animals, and people are able to survive and thrive on a warmer planet.

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