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NASA and Eco-Schools USA – Get Your Techno On!

11/2/2010 // By Laura Hickey

The inaugural NASA/Eco-Schools USA Climate Change Connections professional development institute is happening this week just outside of Washington, DC. Read more >

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NASA and Eco-Schools USA – Forging Climate Change Connections

11/2/2010 // By Laura Hickey

The inaugural NASA/Eco-Schools USA Climate Change Connections professional development institute is happening this week just outside of Washington, DC. Read more >

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Eco-Schools Checks Out the USA Science and Engineering Festival

10/27/2010 // By Jennifer Hammonds

President Barack Obama recently hosted the White House Science Fair to celebrate winners of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) competitions from across the country. The president has identified STEM education as a necessary component to the success of America’s […] Read more >

Top U.S. Scientists Reach Verdict On Climate

5/19/2010 // By NWF

NWF climate scientist Amanda Staudt, Ph.D., contributes from Washington, D.C. after a briefing National Academy of Sciences.
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Clearing the Air on Climate Science

3/9/2010 // By Amanda Staudt

What’s critical to understand is that since that 2007 IPCC report, the science has only grown more urgent, the evidence more clear. Read more >

Actually, Knowledge Is “The Gas of Life”

2/26/2010 // By Amanda Cooke

South Dakota’s House passed a resolution calling for “balanced” teaching of global warming in the state’s public schools. The 36 state representatives who supported HCR 1009 believe that “carbon dioxide is not a pollutant…Many scientists refer to carbon dioxide as ‘the gas of life’”. Read more >

NWF Scientist Responds to Mooney’s Call to Action

1/5/2010 // By Miles Grant

Chris Mooney, who writes at Discover Magazine’s The Intersection blog, wrote an op-ed in Sunday’s Washington Post titled “On issues like global warming and evolution, scientists need to speak up”: Scientific training continues to turn out researchers who speak in […] Read more >

Copenhagen: It’s About Wildlife Too

12/11/2009 // By Larry Schweiger

My colleague Tom Lovejoy, Biodiversity Chair at the Heinz Center and head of the Scientific and Technical Advisory Panel for Global Environment Facility, has an excellent reminder in his New York Times piece The Earth is Crying Out for Help […] Read more >

2000s Warmest Decade Ever

12/10/2009 // By Global Warming Staff

As 2010 approaches, world leaders would do well to consider a wide-reaching New Year's resolution: curb the carbon pollution that has helped make the 2000s the warmest decade on record. According to scientists, global temperatures between 2001-2009 averaged 1.1 degrees Fahrenheit higher […] Read more >

Can Nature Make People More Caring? New Studies Say It’s Possible

12/8/2009 // By Amanda Cooke

The benefits of nature have been widely documented—active time in the outdoors improves classroom performance, gets kids off the couch, and can help prevent children from being “coronary time bombs”, and now new research shows that nature can also make people more caring.
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