Defenders of Wildlife produces many reports, fact sheets, tip sheets and other types of publications.
Use the dropdown boxes below to find publications related to specific animals, conservation issues, and regions.
As the Congress considers proposals to revive the economy by putting people to work, the time has come to use existing authorities to create jobs that protect America's green infrastructure from crumbling in the face of global warming.
This report addresses the urgent need to make wildlife and natural resources more resilient to global warming and provides a roadmap for how we can help America's wildlife and ecosystems survive the impacts of global warming.
This report describes the basic guiding principles for managing Oregon's fish, wildlife and habitats in a changing climate.
A white paper detailing the global leadership role the next administration should take, building off of Defenders "Wildlife Conservation Agenda for the Next Administration."
A white Paper detailing the need for the next Administration to ensure proper scientific integrity in decision making.
A white paper describing the role and actions the next administration should take regarding private, state, and tribal lands.
A white paper describing the role and actions the next administration should take on global warming.
Defenders of Wildlife was pleased to see Governor Schwarzenegger sign SB 375 into law. The governor's decision to make this landmark land use bill law demonstrates California's continued leadership on the effort to reduce global warming emissions.
Seven steps our next President should take to restore and advance conservation of our Nation's wildlife and habitat.
Implications of Climate Change for Conservation, Restoration and Management of National Forest Lands »
This paper summarizes key scientific literature on climate change and forests, focusing on policy and management options for the future.