How to Help

Speak Up for Nature

The actions we take now will define our future.

An above-down image of young girls with their hands, adorned in muddy work gloves, together in a circle.
Urban Conservation Students from historic Woodlawn High School in Birmingham, Alabama create "conservation labs" for pollinators, birds, and biodiversity. © Devan King/The Nature Conservancy

Speak Up Today

Your voice can make a difference. Use it to protect our planet, our future, our home.

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Our individual voices are powerful. One ballad can send chills down our spines. One speech can ignite a global movement. And when our voices come together, we have the power to make progress, to make history. 

Our planet needs our voices. Facing rapid climate change and biodiversity loss, we have years, not decades, to address these existential threats. 

Need a little inspiration? 

Watch our recorded "Change Starts Here" Earth Day event that highlighted everday environmental changemakers from across the globe and featured a musical performance by Aloe Blacc and appearances from Danni Washington, Justin Long, Bill Nye and more.

Change Starts Here An Earth Day celebration.
An image of trees with sunlight peeking through.
McMahon Lake Preesrve Forest Sun streaming through trees at McMahon Lake preserve © Bigfoot Media (Jason Whalen)