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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.

Please visit our results section for information about the results of past campaigns.

Here are three other ways you can help save our living planet:

1. Support WWF: Donate to support WWF's conservation work or make an online adoption and help save animals like pandas, tigers, elephants, sea turtles, and gorillas.

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. 

Hold the Senate Accountable

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As President Trump assembles his new Administration, it's essential that the people he appoints to run federal agencies take seriously the threats we face from climate change and their responsibility to protect land, water, wildlife and clean air.

Help Save the Monarch Butterfly

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Monarch butterflies are losing their homes right here in our own backyards. Will you take the pledge to help us save them?

Tell President Trump to Prioritize Our Planet's Future

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President Trump announced he would take measures to roll back the US Climate Action Plan. Taking bold climate action is critical to keeping global warming to below two degrees, protection the American people, and safeguarding our economy and communities.

Save Belize

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Together we can protect the Belize barrier reef World Heritage site from harmful industrial activities. Send an email to the Belize prime minister to show that you care.

Stop Wildlife Crime

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Sign on with WWF and pledge to do your part to stop wildlife crime.

Tell Congress: Help Save Vanishing Species

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The Save Vanishing Species Semipostal Stamp helps support programs to protect elephants, rhinos, tigers, great apes and marine turtles around the globe. Tell your Members of Congress to help save vanishing species and to renew the stamp.

Protect tigers by switching to forest-friendly products

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Sign on with WWF and pledge to do your part to protect forests and save wildlife by supporting products that have the Forest Stewardship CouncilTM (FSCŪ) label.

Tell Global Leaders to Cooperate on Fresh Water

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Today, more than 270 lakes and rivers around the world cross international borders, making them shared resources. But many countries aren't working together to ensure water security on all sides of their waterways. Take action to change this.

Saving Doņana

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Doņana, Europe's premiere wetland is facing grave threats, and needs our help. Together we can save Doņana from threats, such as illegal water use and destructive river dredging.

Take the Pledge: Together Possible

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Six thousand staff. Six million members. In over 100 countries. We are united. And together, we are protecting life on Earth. Will you join us? Sign the pledge today!

African Elephants and Lions Are in Danger

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By 2022 we could see the last of Selous' elephants in Africa gunned down by heavily armed & well-trained criminal networks. Tell the Tanzanian government to strengthen its wildlife management & protect the Selous reserve and surrounding areas.