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Retired Republican Senator John Warner on National Security and Climate Change

7/30/2009 // By Larry Schweiger

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 along with Vice Admiral Dennis McGinn USN (Ret.) of the […] Read more >

Plant a Tree, Grow a Job

6/11/2009 // By Miles Grant

Got this email recently from Jeremy Symons, the National Wildlife Federation’s senior vice president for conservation and education: I was returning from a meeting in Congress a week ago and saw the following “green jobs” scene, and thought I’d share […] 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 >

The Real Enemies: Liberal Media, Pop Culture, Hollywood Elites

3/4/2008 // By Miles Grant

I went to a session at the Heartland Institute’s conference in New York City yesterday called “Climate Change Politics.” Guess what didn’t come up until the Q&A? Politics. So what did the panelists talk about? Those reliable conservative bogeymen, the […] Read more >

Liveblogging the Heartland Institute’s Global Warming Denier Conference

3/3/2008 // By Miles Grant

I’m in New York City today for an event called “The 2008 International Conference on Climate Change.” It’s sponsored by the Heartland Institute, one of the leading oil industry-funded deniers of global warming. According to ExxonSecrets.org, Heartland received $561,500 (unadjusted […] Read more >

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

11/2/2007 // By Josh Nelson

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 understanding of where the National Wildlife Federation stands. The first […] Read more >