Help Save Endangered Species From Dangerous Offshore Oil Drilling Expansion
President Obama just announced that he is fast-tracking new offshore oil drilling on the Atlantic coast and the Gulf of Mexico. And even worse . . . opening up a 24-million-acre wilderness area in Alaska.
Increased and expanded offshore oil drilling in the United States will have real, devastating impacts on endangered species that the Center for Biological Diversity, and you, have been working so hard to protect.
The time for action is now. Please help us stop this dangerous, misguided plan by donating today to the Center’s Endangered Species Protection Fund.
Using expert legal action, scientific petitioning, and sharp communications, we can stop the drilling expansion in Alaska, the Gulf and on the Atlantic, saving polar bears, whales, sea turtles, bluefin tuna and dolphins. But only with your help.
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Polar bear photo courtesy Wikimedia Commons/Alan D. Wilson.