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The Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) is an international nonprofit environmental organization with more than 2 million members and online activists. Since 1970, our lawyers, scientists, and other environmental specialists have worked to protect the world's natural resources, public health, and the environment. NRDC has offices in New York City, Washington, D.C., Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, Bozeman, Montana, and Beijing. Visit us at www.nrdc.org.

About Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) & Global Citizen

A healthy environment should be a basic right for all of us—regardless of where we live, how we vote, or what we look like. Every person has the right to clean air, clean water, and a livable future. And NRDC stands up for these rights when our government refuses to. We stand alongside those, like Global Citizen, who seek equality, liberty, and justice; who embrace diversity; and who support these rights for all people.

Stories

  1. Feature: Trump Wants to Mine, Frack, and Log on Public Lands. Here’s Why That Can’t Happen.
    FeatureCitizenship

    Trump Wants to Mine, Frack, and Log on Public Lands. Here’s Why That Can’t Happen.

    By Joe McCarthy|Oct. 6, 2017|Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC)

    “They’re trying to take away the ability to preserve our most special, iconic lands and waters.” Read more

  2. Feature: This Toxic Pesticide Is Illegal, Yet the EPA Keeps Authorizing Its Use
    FeatureEnvironment

    This Toxic Pesticide Is Illegal, Yet the EPA Keeps Authorizing Its Use

    By Joe McCarthy|Sept. 28, 2017|Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC)

    It’s impacting Latino and poor communities the most. Read more

  3. Feature: Can Cities Withstand More Storms Like Harvey and Hurricane Irma?
    FeatureEnvironment

    Can Cities Withstand More Storms Like Harvey and Hurricane Irma?

    By Joe McCarthy|Sept. 15, 2017|Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC)

    “I think Houston would be, in terms of urban development, the worst case scenario” Read more