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WWF thanks everyone who spoke out in support of having strong "green" provisions in the economic recovery bill that is moving through Congress. The House passed an $819 billion recovery package on January 28, 2009, and the Senate passed its version on February 10. Representatives from the House and Senate will meet soon to resolve differences between the two bills.
The proposed legislation will create hundreds of thousands of new high-paying jobs in industries that are working to reform our energy economy and wean us off our addiction to fossil fuels. A well-designed economic recovery package can be major step towards a more secure and more sustainable energy future.
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Here are three other ways you can help save our living planet:
2. Urge your friends to speak out: Send them an e-card or use the form below to ask them to take action.
3. Take more action: If you have other Conservation Action Network actions to take, they are listed below.
Tell Congress to protect tiger habitat
In 2008, Congress recognized the threat of deforestation to wildlife and people by amending the Lacey Act to prohibit illegal timber from entering the US. Tell Congress you support the amendments.
Stop Wildlife Crime
Sign on with WWF and pledge to do your part to stop wildlife crime.
Protect tigers: Keep them out of American backyards
Remind President Obama that our government's inaction to close loopholes on captive tigers leaves wild tigers--and people--vulnerable.
Demand Climate Change Action Now
Tell President Obama that you agree--the US should help lead the fight against climate change.
End Elephant Slaughter - Save Their Ivory Tusks
Tell the Obama administration you support strong new rules that help prevent illegal elephant ivory from being sold in the US.
Fresh Water UNWC
Tell global leaders to cooperate on the use, management and protection of international rivers and lakes.
Save the Great Barrier Reef
Add your name to the petition and tell world leaders to defend the Reef!