Center for Biological Diversity

The Center for Biological Diversity fights for endangered species through petitions, science, media outreach, and legal actions. Based in Tucson, Arizona, the Center is a non-profit group with over 450,ooo members and online activists. Begun in 1989 with a focus on plants and animals of the American Southwest, it has now expanded to tackle global environmental threats. Center programs work to protect endangered species, oceans, public lands, and urban wildlands. Their agenda includes advocating for endangered orchids like this recent suit to stop mining interests from destroying a rare Arizona Coralroot species. You can support the Center by joining, making a donation, volunteering, or responding to action alerts.

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4 Comments on “Center for Biological Diversity”

  1. Sherry Binter Says:

    It’s a pity they don’t have a donate button! I’d tried but it failed to load the page. I suppose for now i’ll settle for book-marking and going back and trying again.

    I look forward to new updates and will talk about this website with my Facebook group!

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  3. Toni Huret Says:

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