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Climate Issues

Prevent oil drilling in the Arctic. The extraction and use of fossil fuels coal, gas and oil contribute to climate change. Currently, wildlife living in the Arctic are in danger of falling in the crossfire of oil drilling there. Ask your members of Congress to protect the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge here.

Reduce your carbon footprint. Most of our everyday activities–from eating vegetables transported to your local grocer from another continent to driving your car to work–involve the emission of carbon into the atmosphere. Carbon is one of several greenhouse gases driving climate change. Adopt some or all of are many ways to reduce your carbon footprint in this guide from the David Suzuki Foundation.