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Power Vote: The Fight For A Clean Energy Economy

10/20/2008 // By Danielle Brigida

Building on the energy created by the Campus Climate Challenge, Power Shift 2007 and the numerous other state climate summits and networks, National Wildlife Federation is working with the Energy Action Coalition to launch a new campaign to unite youth […] Read more >

Unscripted New Hampshire

1/10/2008 // By Josh Nelson

This fall and winter I was lucky enough to be a small part of an increasingly sizable contingent of conservationists who have tried to elevate global warming to Tier One status in the Presidential race. Seldom did we come away […] Read more >

Just a Few More Hours…

1/8/2008 // By Catherine Bowes

…and the polls will close in New Hampshire. Eric Orff and I spent the day on Elm Street in Manchester, holding global warming signs and talking to media, campaign supporters, and tons of people who are just here to take […] Read more >

What a Day – New Hampshire Primaries

1/7/2008 // By Catherine Bowes

Let the games continue… It is getting increasingly interesting to see just what the candidates will do to secure every last vote. I just left a very energetic crowd at the Elks Lodge in Dover, where John Edwards spoke for […] Read more >

The Excitement is Palpable in New Hampshire

1/7/2008 // By Josh Nelson

I crossed into New Hampshire today from Massachusetts on a rag-tag meandering secondary road.  I knew immediately exactly when I’d hit pay dirt.  I was jolted at the otherwise unannounced border by an assault, a visual barrage of Hillary, Mitt, […] Read more >

NWF is on the Ground in New Hampshire!

1/6/2008 // By Catherine Bowes

New Hampshire is buzzing! The intensity of the presidential campaign in New Hampshire has definitely gone up several notches! For the last 2 days my colleagues and I have been traveling around the state – attending candidate events, talking to […] Read more >

Return of the Conservation Candidate

1/3/2008 // By Derek Brockbank

Iowans think long and hard about their candidates, and it seems the longer and harder you think, the more you begin to recognize the environment–and global warming in particular–is an issue the next president better be ready to address. Read more >

Deniers, Gravel and 100 Miles per Gallon

8/8/2007 // By Josh Nelson

Kudos to Al Gore for continuing to fight the good fight. Former U.S. vice-president Al Gore said some of the world’s largest energy companies, including Exxon Mobil Corp., are funding research aimed at disputing the scientific consensus on global warming […] Read more >

Iowa, it’s been real!

7/29/2007 // By Christine Dorsey

Hey everyone. We made it! Our Team NWF rode from Rock Rapids to Bellevue, IA in 7 days – 477 official miles, but more like 500 when you count getting to campsites and a few detours. Saturday was our last […] Read more >

Hey from Denver, IA!

7/26/2007 // By Christine Dorsey

We’re more than half way across Iowa! Yesterday was a tough day – it was in the mid-90s for much of the 70-mile ride. Don Hooper took a header when another biker fell in front of him. Don’s fine – […] Read more >