Last Chance: Help Stop Big Oil and Alaska's Assault on Polar Bears
ExxonMobil, Chevron, Shell, BP and 11 other oil behemoths have joined forces to strike down America's largest protected wildlife habitat.
And that's not all: The state of Alaska joined Big Oil by filing its own lawsuit to abolish the polar bear's 120-million-acre protected wildlife habitat, set up last year in response to a campaign by the Center for Biological Diversity.
The polar bear protected wildlife habitat is bigger than 48 of the 50 states (it's nearly 25,000 square miles larger than California) -- and it's desperately needed to save the polar bear from extinction.
With your help, the Center is ready to jump into action. We'll file a legal motion to intervene against Alaska and the oil-industry lawsuits. Then we'll file motions showing that the oil lobby's case should be thrown out.
Please donate as much as you can today to the Polar Bear Protection Fund. The Center's lawyers and scientists are ready to go toe-to-toe with the oil industry, but lawsuits are expensive, and we can't get into court without your financial help.
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Polar bear photo courtesy USFWS.