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Lodgepole pine trees in Colorado. Photo by National Wildlife entrant Mandy Christy.

Clear Science, Murky Ambition: Forests and Our Carbon Pollution Footprint

10/3/2013 // By Ethan Spaner

As a party to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), the United States is periodically required to submit a report outlining its progress in addressing carbon pollution. The end of 2013 marks the sixth time since 1992 […] Read more >

Keystone XL Legacy: More Tar Sands Pollution (image courtesy circleofblue.org)

UPDATE – U.S. Must Account for Dirty Tar Sands at Climate Talks

12/2/2010 // By Joe Mendelson

As the negotiations in Cancun begin to churn, the split personality of the U.S. State Department threatens to undermine further trust in the U.S. negotiation position. At the nexus of this conflict is a pending State Department decision that would […] Read more >

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Cancun Climate Negotiations: No Holiday in the Sun

12/1/2010 // By Joe Mendelson

From the National Wildlife Federation’s perspective, there are three critical things that must happen to consider Cancun a success. Read more >

Undemocratic Curtailing of Access to Climate Talks

12/16/2009 // By Larry Schweiger

Download CEO_UNFCCC_Civil_Society_letter_final_12-16-09[1] By Larry J. Schweiger Access for nongovernmental organizations to the climate talks in the Bella Center in Copenhagen continues to be severely limited.  In response to this undemocratic situation, I and other leaders representing millions of Americans have […] Read more >

Report from Barcelona UN Climate Talks

11/6/2009 // By Eric Palola

Against this backdrop thousands of United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change delegates and observers have converged to set the stage for a Copenhagen climate deal.
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