The Center’s programs are devoted to protecting biodiversity in different arenas through science; legal action; policy advocacy; negotiation with government and industry; and creative, strategic media and outreach.

ENDANGERED SPECIES
Protect and recover endangered species and the wild places they need to survive.

CLIMATE LAW INSTITUTE
Protect species and habitats from global warming by reducing greenhouse gas emissions and air pollution.

INTERNATIONAL
Protect global biodiversity where current U.S. law has the power to do so and by watchdogging U.S. actions affecting endangered species in other parts of the world.

OCEANS
Protect and recover all marine species and ocean habitats subject to U.S. law.

PUBLIC LANDS
Protect endangered species and habitats on public lands.

URBAN WILDLANDS
Protect species and ecosystems at the urban-wildland interface.

POPULATION AND SUSTAINABILITY
Protect species and habitats by raising awareness about runaway human population growth and unsustainable consumption.

STRATEGIC LITIGATION GROUP
Protect endangered species and wild places through strategic and high-impact litigation.

Hawksbill sea turtle photo courtesy Flickr Commons, USFWS.