CAMPAIGN DIRECTORY

ENDANGERED SPECIES
110 Endangered Species Act Success Stories
America's Dangerous Pipelines
Amphibian and Reptile Extinction Crisis
Arctic Meltdown
Arctic Oil Development
Bat Crisis: White-nose Syndrome
Bay Area Wild
Candidate Project
Carnivore Conservation
Elements of Biodiversity
Endangered Species Act
The Endangered Species Act: A Wild Success
Endocrine Disruptors
Extinction Crisis
Fighting Limits on Species Protections
Fish Farms
Fish-stocking Reform
Genetically Engineered Foods
Get the Lead Out
Give a Hoot for Owls
Global Warming: What, How, Why?
Global Warming and Endangered Species Initiative
Global Warming and Life on Earth
Global Warming Litigation
Golden State Biodiversity Initiative
Historic Victory for 757 Species
In Harm's Way: Keystone Threatens America's Animals, Plants
Outlawing Rattlesnake Roundups
Pacific Northwest Mollusks
Pesticides Reduction
Protecting Bay Area Species From Toxic Pesticides
Protecting Birds of Prey at Altamont Pass
Protecting Native Plants
Restoring the Gray Wolf
Rodenticides
Save the Virgin River
Saving Great Basin Springsnails and Watersheds
Saving Mountaintop Species From Warming
Saving Northern Spotted Owls From Post-fire Logging
Saving Polar Bears From Poisonous Pesticides
Saving Wild Salmon
Sky Islands Conservation
Solutions: Political and Personal
Southeast Freshwater Extinction Crisis
Southern and Midwestern Freshwater Turtles
Steve Pearce: The Face of Radical Anti-environmentalism
The Case for Banning Atrazine
Toxics and Endangered Species
Water: Freshwater Protection
Western Native Trout
Wildlife Services
Wolves on the West Coast

CLIMATE LAW INSTITUTE
America's Dangerous Pipelines
350 or Bust
350 Reasons We Need to Get to 350
Airplane Emissions
America's Dangerous Pipelines
Arctic Meltdown
Arctic Oil Development
Black Carbon
California Environmental Quality Act
California Fracking
Clean Air Cities
Clean Air Act
Clearcutting and Climate Change
Climate Change Is Here Now
Climate Neutral
Coal
Debunking the Biomass Myth
Ending Mountaintop Removal
Enforcing National Assessment of Climate Change Effects
Energy and Global Warming
Energy
Fighting Climate Science Suppression
Fracking
Fuel Economy Standards
Global Warming and Life on Earth
Global Warming Litigation
Global Warming: What, How, Why?
Gulf Disaster
In Harm's Way: Keystone Threatens America's Animals, Plants
Methane
No Keystone XL
Offshore Fracking
Oil Trains
Sea-level Rise
Ship Emissions
Solutions: Political and Personal
Transportation and Global Warming
U.S. Oil Shale and Tar Sands

INTERNATIONAL
Borderlands and Boundary Waters
Fighting the Vía Verde Pipeline
International Birds Initiative
International Swallowtails Initiative

OCEANS
Bluefin Boycott
Boat Strikes
Coral Conservation
Defending Alaska Corals
Endangered Oceans
Fish Farms
Fisheries
Great Barrier Reef in Danger
Gulf Disaster
Ocean Noise
Ocean Plastics Pollution
Offshore Fracking 
Offshore Oil Drilling
Reef Fish in Peril
Sea-level Rise

POPULATION AND SUSTAINABILITY
7 Billion and Counting
Crowded Planet
Endangered Species Condoms Project

Sustainability
Take Extinction Off Your Plate
Human Population Growth and Climate Change
Human Population Growth and Extinction
Human Population Growth and Oceans
Human Population Growth and Urban Wildlands

PUBLIC LANDS
Algodones Dunes
America's Dangerous Pipelines
California Desert Conservation Area
California Fracking
Chihuahuan Desert
Coal
Deserts
Ecosystem Restoration
Ending Mountaintop Removal
Forests
Fossil Creek
Fracking
Furnace Creek
Gold Butte and the Grand Canyon Watershed
Grand Canyon Uranium Mining

Grazing
Great Lakes Mining
Mining
Mojave Desert
Nevada
New England National Forest Roadless Areas
Off-road Vehicles
Oil and Gas
Protecting Northeast Lands, Waters, and Wildlife
Rivers
Roadless Area Conservation
San Francisco and Blue Rivers
San Pedro River
Save the Verde
Save the Virgin River
Snowmobiling on Vermont's Federal Lands
Sonoran Desert
Sonoran Desert National Monument
Southern California Forests
Stopping the Wild Buck Timber Sale
Surprise Canyon
Travel-management Planning
Uranium
U.S. Oil Shale and Tar Sands
Wild and Scenic Rivers

URBAN WILDLANDS
America's Dangerous Pipelines
Apperson Quarry Conservation Agreement
Bay Area Wild
Big Bear Lake and Lake Arrowhead
Cadiz Project
CalTrans Watch 
CEQA Works 
Endangered Species Act
Keystone XL Pipeline
Monterey Plus Amendments 
Presidential Substation Project
Restoring Sharp Park, California
Save Tejon Ranch
Saving Richardson Grove
SoCal Wild 
Southwest National Interest Electric Transmission Corridor
Sunrise Powerlink
Transmission Lines
Water Supply 

CREATIVE MEDIA

MAPS
Interactive/Animated Maps
Individual Species
Habitats and Threats


SPOTLIGHT CAMPAIGNS

Heading Toward 10 Billion People
The planet hosts more than 7 billion humans, with 227,000 added daily. Our expanded Population and Sustainability Program — the only one of its kind — tackles what it means for us and the wildlife we love.

Hear the Call of the Wild? 
You're not alone. Our endangered species ringtones have been downloaded almost 600,000 times in 177 countries.

Killing Keystone XL
This 1,700-mile-long planned pipeline would move up to 35 million gallons of dirty tar-sands oil every day, plowing through species habitat and hastening climate change chaos. Help us stop it.

Center Videos — Watch Now
Get to know our many facets by checking out some of our favorite Center videos, from a description of our group's goals to polar bear shorts and a hilarious dung beetle biopic.

Interactive Map: Center Actions in 2013
Want to see what the Center did in 2013? Check out this interactive map that pinpoints more than 400 actions across the country. We also have a cool time-lapse video version.

Deadly Waters
Sea-level rise driven by climate change threatens 233 protected species, according to a Center report — learn more about the issue and what needs to happen.

Amphibians and Reptiles At Risk
These amazing cold-blooded creatures possess clever adaptations that have let them brave millennia — but they now face threats more chilling than ever before.

Don't Frack With Our Planet
Fracking’s bad news: Sullied water. Greenhouse gas pollution. Threatened wildlife. Learn more about the Center's fight to halt fracking in California and beyond.

Oceans Plastics Pollution
Plastic never goes away. And it’s increasingly finding its way onto our beaches and into marine habitat for fish, whales, seals, birds and more. Find out what we're doing about it.

7 Billion and Counting
The world population has topped 7 billion. Join our national campaign to get the word out about unsustainable human population and the species extinction crisis.

Creative Media
We don't only use litigation, science and organizing to save species. See how the Center gets creative, from offering free e-cards to iPhone apps.

Save Our Bats
White-nose syndrome has killed almost 7 million bats in the United States. Help us fight this startling crisis that's threatening whole populations of these creatures of the night.

Endangered Oceans
The world’s oceans are in trouble. Learn about ocean acidification, what the Center is doing to fight it — and what you can do to save sea life, from corals to clownfish.

Restoring the Gray Wolf
Some of the country's most critical predators are under attack. Learn how we're defending them across the nation.

ESCEndangered Species Condoms Project
We've distributed hundreds of thousands of free Endangered Species Condoms to show how unsustainable human population growth and is driving species extinct. Get yours.

condorSaving Tejon Ranch
Megadevelopments threaten to obliterate some of the California condor's most vital habitat. Learn about the strong stance we're taking to save all of Tejon Ranch.

Polar bearAn Arctic Icon Changes the World
Meet the beloved bear that made millions — even the recalcitrant Bush administration — sit up and take notice of warming's effects.

San Pedro RiverSaving the San Pedro River
The Center takes on Army brass and developers to save a transnational treasure trove of biodiversity.

Carnivores at Risk
Predators like jaguars, wolves, and bears can be prey, too — learn about the threats they face and their critical role in ecosystems.

Off-road to Ruin
Off-road vehicles tear up habitat, directly harm species, and pollute the air. We work hard to keep their destruction in check.

Grizzly bear photo
© Robin Silver