Center for Biological Diversity

Save Wolves, Old-Growth Forests and Our Climate

Polar bear with cubs

A unique Alaskan wolf species is being driven extinct by the clearcutting of its old-growth forest home. These same forests trap enormous amounts of carbon, slowing down global warming.

The federal government is considering listing this wolf as an "endangered species" to save it from reckless logging and hunting. This will also help slow global warming.

Alaska is home to some of the last, best old-growth forest on Earth. By saving the forest we can save our climate too.

Please sign the petition below urging the government to protect the wolf and its old-growth forest home.



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Photo of Alexander Archipelago wolf (c) Michelle Rogers.

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