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Watch Racing Star Leilani Münter’s Drive for Climate Action

6/3/2008 // By Miles Grant

Check out this video of Indy Lights racer Leilani Münter talking to TMZ about her environmental efforts! Leilani was in town for a rally in support of the Climate Security Act. Learn more about Leilani at her website. If you […] Read more >

Add Another Moderate to Climate Security Act?

5/10/2008 // By Miles Grant

Will Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) vote for the Lieberman-Warner Climate Security Act when it comes to the Senate floor? Sounds a lot more likely: The presumptive GOP nominee didn’t say for sure that he would vote for the bill, authored […] Read more >

Natural Resources Conference Focuses on Climate Change Solutions

3/27/2008 // By Jennifer Jones

Another packed meeting room for a session on climate change here at the North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference. This time the meeting was for natural resource managers working at military bases. Among “conservation-reliant species” (those that require conservation […] Read more >

CRA Climate Analysis: “Extreme Again”

3/19/2008 // By Larry Schweiger

The national Chamber of Commerce and the American Council for Capital Formation are holding events in select states using biased, polluter-funded “analysis” of climate legislation to discourage Congress from moving aggressively to tackle the threat of global warming. They specifically […] Read more >

Sen. Boxer, Conservation Leaders Show Unity for Strengthening Climate Legislation

3/12/2008 // By Miles Grant

On Capitol Hill today, the National Wildlife Federation showed its support for Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-CA) in the fight for strong climate legislation. As chair of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee, Sen. Boxer has played a key role […] Read more >

The Real Underdogs

3/4/2008 // By Miles Grant

Desperately underfunded and hopelessly outgunned. There’s a real underdog in this climate fight. Think 1980 U.S. hockey team. Think Rocky. It’s ExxonMobil. That’s the consensus here at the Heartland Institute’s global warming denier conference. Ladies and gentlemen, I am not […] Read more >

President Bush on Energy, the Environment and “Global Climate Change”

1/28/2008 // By Kristin Johnson

Tonight, President Bush delivered his final State of the Union address, continuing–in his own way–to call for solutions to confront global climate change. Nowhere, however, did he mention passing federal legislation to reduce America’s global warming pollution. “I welcome President […] Read more >

10 Best Green Stories of 2007

12/28/2007 // By Josh Nelson

Grist has an excellent post called The Top Green Stories of 2007.  While they highlighted some of the biggest news, good and bad, I tried to focus on the most positive developments, some of which didn’t get the media attention […] Read more >

Historic Times for the Conservation Movement

12/4/2007 // By Josh Nelson

The momentum right now in the conservation movement is really incredible.  Not only are we on the eve of mandating an increase in fuel efficiency to 35 MPG, but we are also just hours away from seeing the first comprehensive […] Read more >

NWF’s Take on America’s Climate Security Act of 2007

11/2/2007 // By Josh Nelson

There has been some confusion lately over where the environmental community stands on America’s Climate Security Act of 2007. To clarify, here are two letters which should provide a better understanding of where the National Wildlife Federation stands. The first […] Read more >