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COP21. Photo Credit David Ellenberger

Paris and The West

On the 28th of November, 2015, I boarded a plane in Denver and was headed to Paris for the 21st U.N. climate conference known as COP21.  It was slated to …

Looking Beyond “Energy Week” to a Thriving Energy Future for Wildlife

Last week was labeled Energy Week by the White House.  Sadly, but not surprisingly, the rhetoric and ideas coming from the Administration could have led one to believe that it …

A Call to Action for Wildlife After the Paris Agreement Withdrawal

President Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Paris climate agreement is deeply disappointing, frustrating and, as National Wildlife Federation CEO Collin O’Mara stated, a “dereliction of duty.”  But dwelling on …

In U.S. withdrawal from Paris Climate Agreement, Congress must act to safeguard wildlife

As delegates from over 190 countries gathered in Germany in early May to discuss key details on operationalizing the Paris Agreement – the landmark global commitment to limit carbon pollution …

Ensuring the Paris Agreement Works for Forests and Wildlife

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