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Green groups are urging the federal government to ban harmful agricultural chemicals on public lands set aside for vulnerable species.
Some of the continent’s most important wetland habitat is drying up. Without urgent action, we may be witnessing the death of a flyway.
Congress continues to invest in important programs but falls short of taking meaningful climate action for birds and people.
An important step to begin addressing challenges facing saline lake habitats—yet more funding needed.
New directors bring decades of expertise in financial health and innovative environmental policy strategies in sustainability and renewable energy to protect air, water and land for birds and people.
Migratory and wetland-dependent birds have already lost around 75 percent of historic wetlands.
A new study shows that more than 75 percent of the rainforest is losing its ability to recover from droughts and fires—a finding with huge consequences for humans and wildlife alike.