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Fishing industries and wildlife of the Northeast are feeling the impacts of climate change.  Flickr photo by Geir Friestad

Senate Steps Up for Climate

The Senate started off 2014 with a lot of climate action.  Last week, the Senate committee on Environment and Public Works (EPW) held a hearing on President Obama’s Climate Action Plan. At …

NWF’s Larry Schweiger to Testify on Capitol Hill

National Wildlife Federation President & CEO Larry Schweiger is set to testify before the Senate Environment & Public Works Committee today. Here’s what Larry wrote on his blog yesterday previewing …

Can All Senators Hear Growing Clamor for Clean Energy?

I spent the day watching the Senate Environment & Public Works Committee’s hearing on the Clean Energy Jobs & American Power Act. But while I listened to Sen. Jim Inhofe …

Retired Republican Senator John Warner on National Security and Climate Change

Today the U.S. Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works held a hearing on Climate Change and National Security. Former Republican Senator and Secretary of the Navy John Warner spoke …

Key Clean Water Bill Moves Forward

Sen. Boxer Unveils Principles for Global Warming Legislation

Ask Congress to Help Defend the Endangered Species Act

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

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 …

10 Best Green Stories of 2007

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 …

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

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 …

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