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Reported Progress Encouraging, But Gulf Oil Disaster Goes On

8/4/2010 // By Miles Grant

The National Oceanic & Atmospheric Association (NOAA) announced today that about half of the petroleum in the Gulf oil disaster has been captured, evaporated, burned or skimmed, with another quarter being naturally or chemically dispersed beneath the Gulf’s surface. Additionally, […] Read more >

The Gulf Coast: A Long Road to Recovery

8/2/2010 // By Larry Schweiger

By Larry J. Schweiger I was back down in the Gulf recently, and there is going to be a long road for recovery for the communities and wildlife impacted by the BP oil disaster.  Here is an update from my […] Read more >

Gulf Oyster Workers “Facing Tremendous Amount of Uncertainty” (Video)

7/28/2010 // By Miles Grant

Dr. Doug Inkley, senior scientist with the National Wildlife Federation, just returned from another trip to the Gulf Coast. As NWF has been reporting, the BP oil disaster is hurting the people who rely on healthy oyster populations from the […] Read more >

NWF Scientist Returns to the Gulf

7/21/2010 // By Miles Grant

Dr. Doug Inkley, the National Wildlife Federation’s senior scientist, has returned to the Gulf Coast. It’s his third trip since the BP oil disaster began more than three months ago. Doug is quoted in this week’s Rolling Stone cover story […] Read more >

NEW VIDEO: A-list Celebs Are One for the Gulf Coast

7/21/2010 // By Miles Grant

As a part of our many efforts to protect wildlife and restore habitat impacted by the BP oil spill, the National Wildlife Federation has joined with Women of the Storm to help raise public awareness and support for the critical funding […] Read more >

Imagine your world…covered in oil

6/29/2010 // By Larry Schweiger

By Larry J. Schweiger Since National Wildlife Federation has been working so hard to make sure the impacted wildlife have a voice in the continuing BP oil disaster, many people have asked me what they can do to help. Here […] Read more >

Be Part of the Story – Join CNN Telethon Tonight 8 pm Eastern

6/21/2010 // By Larry Schweiger

Wildlife have no voice unless we speak up for them.  Join tonight at 8 pm Eastern on CNN’s Larry King Live telethon to help the wildlife, people and communities impacted by the BP oil disaster.  While BP is responsible for […] Read more >

Watch CNN Gulf Telethon Tonight at 8pm ET

6/21/2010 // By Miles Grant

Posted by Miles Grant I could not pick Justin Bieber out of a lineup or name one of his songs. As a 32-year-old man without children, it goes without saying that I am not his target demographic. However, I am […] Read more >

How Is BP Oil Disaster Changing People, Places & Nature in Gulf?

6/21/2010 // By Miles Grant

You can also see pictures I took on Flickr & learn more about the Gulf Telethon at CNN.com. Help ensure NWF has the funding needed to be on the front lines helping wildlife >> For all the latest news on […] Read more >

NWF Finds Marine Life Struggling In Oil Slick Off Florida

6/19/2010 // By Miles Grant

The front page of Pensacola’s newspaper today proudly proclaims the beaches of Perdido Key have been declared safe because there’s no oil slick within 100 yards of shore. But 20 miles southeast of the Florida city, a National Wildlife Federation-chartered […] Read more >