Global warming is the single biggest threat to wildlife
Scientists have told us that we must reduce global warming
pollution by 80% by 2050 to avoid the worst impacts of global
warming. They have set the goal, now we have to set the pace. We can
get there by reducing global warming pollution by 2% every year for
the next 40 years.
global warming policies At every level of
government, there are people taking a stand and demanding a
better plan for America - one that encourages a sustainable
future for people and wildlife.
Make a difference
- Cool It!TM Your every day actions
can make a difference to reduce global warming. Find out how
you can conserve energy, participate on college campuses,
organize your own youth group, protect forests and recycle
wildlife survive global warming In its 2007
report, the International Panel on Climate Change stated that
20-30% of species worldwide are likely to be at increased risk
of extinction if increases in average global temperatures
exceed 2.2-4.0° F above current levels. This could happen by
the end of the century if global warming pollution is not
Join the campus
movement! Our Campus Ecology program helps
colleges and universities confront global warming through
climate and wildlife-friendly practices that reduce their
Global warming is one of the most serious threats
facing our global community today.
But YOU can make a difference! Just take
some simple actions in your home and you'll become part of the
solution to reduce global warming.
Small actions can make a big impact... Take
the Pledge and become a Good Neighbor today!