Turn Up the Heat on Congress to Keep It Cool for Wildlife

NWF   |   April 28, 2009

FeatureEagleCam Today, 17 United States Congressional Representatives are in a unique position to help keep it cool for our wildlife’s future.

If your representative is a member of the U.S. House Committee on Energy and Commerce and is still undecided on their support of legislation that includes a cap on carbon pollution, you can take action today to help safeguard wildlife from the worst impacts of global warming.

More than a century of wildlife conservation is now at risk from the unprecedented threat of global warming. To ensure that wildlife not only survives, but thrives into the future, please visit National Wildlife Federation’s Climate Action Center today to contact your representative and learn what else you can do.

Larry Schweiger

Published: April 28, 2009