Tell NOAA to Save North Atlantic Right Whales from Extinction

There are only about 360 North Atlantic right whales remaining on earth today.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has a responsibility to protect this critically endangered species. But their latest plan doesn’t just fall short — it would be a death sentence for North Atlantic right whales.

Submit a public comment by March 1 calling on NOAA to reverse course and immediately adopt strong, effective protections to save North Atlantic right whales before it’s too late.

Photo: NOAA NMFS

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has a responsibility to protect the critically endangered North Atlantic right whale. But their latest plan doesn’t just fall short — it would be a death sentence for the species.

Submit a public comment calling on NOAA to reverse course and immediately adopt strong, effective protections to save North Atlantic right whales before it’s too late.

Your message will be sent to:

Benjamin Friedman, Deputy Under Secretary for Operations, NOAA

Subject line:

Adopt strong, effective regulations to protect North Atlantic right whales from extinction

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