Friday, April 8, 2016

Join OFA in calling on Senate leaders to give Judge Merrick Garland a fair hearing and a timely up-or-down vote.
Olá Sula,
Você sabia que existem diversas formas de ajudar na construção de um futuro verde e em paz? Pequenos gestos podem mudar o mundo e você é a peça chave para que isso aconteça.
Pensando nisso, desenhamos junto ao ilustrador Ivan Börmaister, nossa mais nova campanha: #DeGalhoEmGalho que pode ser uma das formas de você começar a contribuir para a construção de um futuro melhor.
Uma camiseta que ilustra toda a beleza da biodiversidade da Amazônia com seus astros: Boto cor-de-rosa, arara, gato maracajá e bicho preguiça. Eles são os símbolos da luta por nossas florestas, por um de nossos mais preciosos tesouros.
Não fique de fora dessa, garanta já a sua e venha fazer parte do nosso time!

Let the skies reveal stunning landscapes
Let the skies reveal stunning landscapes

The White House, Washington
America’s national parks, monuments and lands are uniquely different -- in their make-up and their locale -- but they all seek to tell a part of America’s story.
On Monday, April 16, we kick off National Park Week: one of our nation’s largest celebrations of nature, history and culture. This year is special because it comes as we celebrate 100 years of the National Park Service -- that’s 100 years of protecting America’s best idea!
Over that century, our national park system has grown to more than 400 sites, and has inspired many other countries around the world to expand their own national parks.
National Park Week is the perfect time to get out there and #FindYourPark with free admission April 16-24 to all of our 400-plus national park sites.
President Obama understands the importance of protecting America’s special places for future generations. In the seven years since taking office, he’s set aside more than 265 million acres of land and water -- that’s more than any other president. And it’s having a huge impact on local communities. Every $1 invested in the National Park Service returns $10 to the U.S. economy.

The Gila Cliff Dwellings in New Mexico (Photographed by Janet Wei)
These places preserve the heritage of cultures that came before ours, like at Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument in New Mexico, where visitors can see the shelters erected by people of the Mogollon Culture in the 1200s.

Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore in Michigan (Photographed by Steve Perry)
They connect visitors to the incredible, awe-inspiring beauty of nature—from the sandstone cliffs and beaches hugging Lake Superior at Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore to the breathtakingly beautiful star-scattered night sky at Lassen Volcanic National Park in Northern California.
Regardless of whether we are talking about the Grand Canyon or the Washington Monument, these places all have one thing in common: they belong to you, the American people.
National Park Week is about making connections, exploring amazing places, discovering open spaces, enjoying affordable vacations, and getting closer to nature.
I encourage all of you to join in the celebration and discover, or rediscover, the incredible destinations that tell America’s story.
And if you want to see more amazing photos to inspire you to #FindYourPark, be sure to follow @USInterior on Instagram.
Secretary Sally Jewell Department of the Interior @SecretaryJewell

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