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Defenders of Wildlife produces many reports, fact sheets, tip sheets and other types of publications.

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A 4-page fact sheet about faster, cheaper, and better solutions to high energy prices.
The report provides initial economic benefit estimates generated by conserving lands and habitat in Florida under the Preservation 2000 and Florida Forever Acts. Benefits include recreational activities (hunting, fishing, wildlife viewing) and ecosystem services such as water supply, water regulation, carbon sequestration, habitat, and nutrient recycling. Annual economic benefits obtained for the provision of ecosystem services alone from a sample of ten state conservation areas is estimated at over $1.7 billion.
Fact sheet about how we can address high gas prices without drilling in places like the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
Your Lands, Your Wildlife Campaign Overview
Full Page Ad in Congress Daily: Last year, the world's top five oil companies made more than $120 billion in profits. Don't buy Big Oil's lies. Don't give away our children’s future and let Big Oil get fat at our expense.
Full Page Ad in Congress Daily: Offshore Drilling for oil in America’s precious natural areas will NOT lower gas prices. But Big Oil's profits will skyrocket even higher.
US Court of Appeals Decision for the 2006 Defenders of Wildlife v. Carlos Gutierrez legal case on the North Atlantic Right Whale
Letter from over 14 environmental and consumer groups wishing to add their voices to the growing list of industries and labor groups -- and well over one million Americans -- who are urging Congress to take action to rein in oil speculators.
Letter from over 14 environmental and consumer groups wishing to add their voices to the growing list of industries and labor groups -- and well over one million Americans -- who are urging Congress to take action to rein in oil speculators.
Transportation Enhancements is a sadly underutilized program that could provide as much as $61 million per year for restoring wildlife habitat connectivity and reducing wildlife vehicle collisions.

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