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Gray wolf

Hi Everyaction,

Trump took aim at the Endangered Species Act this year with the worst attack we've ever seen on this lifesaving law.

And more is coming in 2020, including Trump's plan to declare open season on wolves in the lower 48, expand drilling in the Arctic and frack for oil in central California.

There are less than 48 hours left to make a matched gift to the Endangered Species Act Protection Fund.

We won't let Trump dismantle the Act, and I know you won't either.

The Act is the most powerful law in the world when it comes to saving species from extinction — a crucial safety net for thousands of species, from wolves, bears and panthers to whales, sea turtles and frogs. Without it many species would have vanished years ago, and would now be alive only in our memory.

We're facing an extinction emergency, fueled by a climate crisis made worse by drilling, pollution and the plundering of public lands.

With you in our corner, this year we launched a national, 300-organization campaign demanding the EPA impose new rules on plastic polluters, including zero discharge of plastic pellets.

We produced a 10-point plan, endorsed by 500 groups, for the next president to phase out fossil fuels.

And we challenged the Trump administration's disastrous weakening of the Endangered Species Act in federal court and rallied the public: 800,000 opposing comments were submitted.

We're leading the way to save life on Earth — and we need you now more than over.

Our team of lawyers, scientists, organizers and media experts are fighting back with everything we've got. We do it because of our love of species great and small, and for our wild earth.

Double your gift now to our special Endangered Species Act Protection Fund. All gifts through Dec. 31 will be matched dollar for dollar.

For the wild,

Kierán Suckling

Kierán Suckling
Executive Director
Center for Biological Diversity

 

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