Scientists say that global warming, left unchecked, could drive two-thirds of polar bears extinct by 2050 and wipe out the rest by the end of this century. Our PSAs, going out to 450 TV stations in all 50 states, link to a petition urging Obama to take action to stem global warming — including using existing laws like the Clean Air Act to make major cuts in greenhouse gas pollution.
Watch the ad and take action now.
The Center for Biological Diversity works through science, law and creative media to secure a future for all species, great or small, hovering on the brink of extinction. Learn more about the Center for Biological Diversity.
Hear the call of the wild? You're not alone. Our endangered species ringtones have been downloaded about 620,000 times in nearly 180 countries.
The Polar Bear Who Took on Wall Street
The Center's Frostpaw the Polar Bear was a hero during NYC's People's Climate March and the Flood Wall Street protest, when he was arrested in peaceful protest. Check out our e-newsletter about it all and watch Frostpaw's appearance on MSNBC.
Historic Agreement for 757 Species
So far more than 100 species have won protection following our historic 2011 settlement compelling the feds to make progress on safeguarding 757 of the country's most imperiled, least protected species. More species are nearing protection now.
Reef Fish in Peril
The charismatic orange clownfish and seven colorful damselfish depend on coral reefs for survival — and those reefs are at risk due to global warming. Learn more about these fish and their coral habitat.
The Center just kicked off a new social media campaign, #OurLands, to celebrate and advocate for public lands across the nation. Get out to a national park, forest or other public land near you and take a photo to help us show the importance of these national treasures.
Restoring the Gray Wolf
We're fighting to help all U.S. gray wolves get back the protections they need to recover in habitat across the country. Losing safeguards would bring their progress to a grinding halt.
Heading Toward 10 Billion People
The planet hosts more than 7 billion humans, with 227,000 added daily. Our expanded Population and Sustainability Program — the only one of its kind — tackles what it means for us and wildlife. Follow us.
Don't Frack With Our Planet
Fracking’s bad news: Sullied water. Greenhouse gas pollution. Threatened wildlife. Learn more about the Center's fight to halt fracking in California and beyond.
The Center: 25 Years of Saving Wildlife