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Weekly News Roundup- September 20, 2013

What’s happening at National Wildlife Federation this week? Once a parking space, now a public park (well, for a few hours at least). NWF joins in for DC’s Park(ing) Day …

The "I Will #ActOnClimate bus is touring the U.S.

Catch the “I Will Act on Climate” Tour in Great Lakes

As August rolls in, so does the “I Will #ActOnClimate” bus tour into the Great Lakes. The stakes couldn’t be higher for the Great Lakes and treasured ecosystems across the country. …

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Weekly News Roundup- July 12,2013

What’s happening at National Wildlife Federation this week? Enter the National Wildlife’s Photo Contest before July 15! Registered users can vote for their favorite photo for the People’s Choice Award …

Installing solar panels (flickr/OregonDOT)

There are Many Pathways to a Clean Energy Future—Let’s Take All of Them

We talk a lot about the harmful impacts that our reliance on dirty energy sources have on wildlife.  Let us not lose sight of the flipside of that critical conversation: …

Tar Sands, Alberta (flickr/Howl Arts Collective)

Study on the Safety of Transporting Tar Sands Oil Avoids the Tough Questions

The Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) commissioned the National Academy of Sciences (NAS) to perform a study on tar sand oil. The study concluded that tar sands oil …

Weekly News Roundup- May 17, 2013

  |   May 17, 2013

House Farm Bill Needs Critical Improvements for Soil, Water and Wildlife May 16– Late last evening, the House Committee on Agriculture passed its version of the 2013 farm bill. “We …

The American White Pelican is huge – it has a nine-foot wingspan, measures over five feet in length, and weighs about 16.4 pounds. Image: mikebaird/Flickr

White House Continues to Shortchange Wetlands & Streams

This May marks the annual American Wetlands Month – a time each year to remember the importance of wetlands for storm and flood protection, water quality, and fish and wildlife habitat. …

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North Carolinians Thank Senator Hagan for her Climate Vote

 Guest post by Tim Gestwicki, CEO of North Carolina Wildlife Federation. If you’re a sportsman here in North Carolina, you’re pretty thankful for the Nantahala, for John’s River, Sandy Marsh …

Thanks Maine Senators Collins and King for Climate Vote

Buried among the hundreds of budget votes that the Senate took were some grains of hope that Congress may get its head out of the sand on confronting climate change. …

It's hard to ignore 50,000 protesters in your front yard -- and dozens of members of Congress paid attention (Photo: 350.org)

Congress Joins the Chorus of Boos Against Keystone XL

Momentum against the dirty project continues, as dozens of members of Congress urge the US State Department to fix its flawed analysis.

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