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Bipartisan Leadership From Mark Udall and John McCain

8/25/2009 // By Larry Schweiger

I want to compliment Sens. Mark Udall and John McCain for coming together in Estes Park, Colorado yesterday and pledging to work together in a bipartisan way to combat climate change. Attending the event and seeing the dead pines surrounding […] 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 >

Taking Action to Help Wildlife Adapt to a Changing Climate

3/26/2008 // By Jennifer Jones

Here at the North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference in Phoenix, National Wildlife Federation’s Senior Wildlife Biologist Doug Inkley was an invited speaker for an all day workshop on climate change impacts on wildlife, fisheries and outdoor recreation. Expecting […] 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 >

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 >

One More Day – New Hampshire Primaries

1/7/2008 // By Catherine Bowes

The candidates have one more day to win over New Hampshire voters, and they are surely giving it all they’ve got! I just left a crowded Hillary rally in Dover, where about 500 people filled a community center (apparently over […] 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 >

Senator Collins: “You Can Count on My Vote”

8/30/2005 // By NWF

A guest post by Erica Heuer of Being Caribou. Being Caribou is a few things: Two people (Karsten Heuer and his wife, Leanne Allison) who migrated on foot for 5 months with the Porcupine Caribou Herd from the Yukon to […] Read more >