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Washington Post Calls for “Smart” Senate Clean Energy & Climate Bill

4/5/2010 // By Miles Grant

Today’s Washington Post gets behind the efforts of Senators John Kerry, Lindsey Graham & Joe Lieberman to craft bipartisan clean energy & climate legislation. Read more >

New Developments on Senate Climate Bill – And What We Have to Gain

3/18/2010 // By Miles Grant

There was a flurry of new developments on a Senate clean energy & climate bill yesterday. Read more >

Unfinished Business

11/19/2009 // By Larry Schweiger

Here is my posting on National Journal’s blog in response to Senator Majority Leader Harry Reid’s announcement Tuesday that Democrats will wait until to spring to debate climate legislation on the Senate floor: Hope springs eternal, but the idea of […] Read more >

We’re in Our Best Position Ever for Federal Legislation to Safeguard Wildlife From Climate Change

10/27/2009 // By Larry Schweiger

Download TESTIMONY OF LARRY SCHWEIGER-10-28-09 Tomorrow I’ll be testifying in front of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee on the need to safeguard wildlife and natural resources and the essential services they provide to every American from the disastrous […] Read more >

Nicely Done in South Carolina

10/14/2009 // By Larry Schweiger

Nice job by Ben Gregg of the South Carolina Wildlife Federation on a National Wildlife Federation telepress briefing today where Ben reiterated what Senators Graham and Kerry said Saturday: that it’s time for climate solutions that will create American jobs […] Read more >

Old Fashioned, Bipartisan Leadership

10/12/2009 // By Larry Schweiger

Senators Lindsey Graham (R-SC) and John Kerry (D-MA) are showing old-fashioned and responsible, bipartisan leadership to protect our planet. In their joint Op-Ed Yes We Can (Pass Climate Legislation) in the New York Times, the Senators agree that the United […] Read more >

Make the Call Today

10/1/2009 // By Julia Marden

All week we’ve been talking about the wildlife and wild places that need your help. Frogs are dying out. National parks face threats from severe drought and storms. Bears can’t hibernate the whole winter. So here’s what you can do […] Read more >

Can We Learn from Bears?

9/30/2009 // By Christy Leckburg

Hibernating bears have been an overlooked phenomenon for too long. If we could isolate and reproduce their chemistry, it would be a huge leap for health and science. Fortunately, scientists have begun studying bears for the benefit of human health; however, […] Read more >

The Frogs are Croaking

9/28/2009 // By Julia Marden

Here’s some bleak news for a Monday: Up to 1/3 of amphibians today are at risk for extinction, according to the Global Amphibian Assessment and a recent post to Bright Green Blog. Scientists think it has something to do with […] Read more >

Education for a Clean Energy Economy

9/17/2009 // By Max Greenberg

As a former humanities student and avowed right-brainer, I sometimes wonder whether my education couldn’t have been more, well, useful. Don’t get me wrong: it was nice to spend four years analyzing Paul Gauguin paintings and Alfred Hitchcock movies. I […] Read more >