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Many Thanksgiving favorites wouldn’t be the same without bees
WASHINGTON -- Following a summer of extreme heat and drought, the U.S. House of Representatives on Friday passed the Build Back Better Act (H.R. 5376), which includes groundbreaking levels of investment to reduce global warming pollution, clear the air we breathe, clean up toxic sites and protect our lands, waters and wildlife.
An energy future that doesn’t threaten America’s coastlines and marine life; now that is “better.”
U.S. House of Representatives passed the Build Back Better Act with Arctic protections intact
Twenty-three species were declared extinct in the United States in September, underscoring the urgency with which we must act to stave off further losses. A new report from our research partners, “Reconnecting Nature: How wildlife corridors can help save species,” outlines seven different examples of species-saving wildlife corridors.