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Largest Young Professional Track to Date Hosted by Society for American Indian Government Employees

6/11/2012 // By Julian Keniry

As part of its 10th anniversary conference last week (June 4–8, 2012) just outside of Denver, Colorado, the Society for American Indian Government Employees (SAIGE), hosted its largest youth convening ever. The fifty-five students and young professionals hailing from more […] Read more >

South Korea Broadens International Green Campus Movement

6/8/2012 // By Julian Keniry

In just three years, South Korea’s Gyeonggi-do Association for Green Campus Initiative (GAGCI), has become one of the world’s hubs for advancing international higher education for sustainability. The association held its third global green campus forum on May 24-25, 2012 […] Read more >

White House Launches Youth Sustainability Challenge

5/10/2012 // By Courtney Cochran

This week, I had the pleasure of attending the launch of the Youth Sustainability Challenge at the White House. The Challenge opened on May 2 and closes on June 1, 2012, in the lead up to the Rio+20 UN Conference on […] Read more >

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Wildlife Gardening on Today Show

4/28/2012 // By David Mizejewski

Garden for Wildlife Month kicks off on May 1st so I themed my most recent appearance on the Today Show around “backyard wildlife,” native plants, and simple tips on how to make your garden a place for the local critters […] Read more >

Picking up trash at our neighborhood clean-up

3 Tips for a Fun Community Clean-up Day

4/26/2012 // By Carla Brown

Gathering neighbors and friends to beautify your community is a great way to connect with nature… and each other. Read more >

Earth Day, Puglet Style

4/23/2012 // By Amanda Stone

We hope you were able to get outside and celebrate Earth Day in your own outdoor way! Now that you’re back at your desk and wondering how you can celebrate and protect the Earth every day, watch this informative video (a.k.a. […] Read more >

Keep pace with the pronghorn to save gas. Running at speeds close to 60mph, pronghorns are the fastest land animal in North America. (Photo donated by Helena Reynolds)

Slacker’s Guide to Saving Gas

4/14/2012 // By Anne Senft

It’s easy to save gas with these money and planet-saving tips. Read more >

If You’re in Washington DC, You’ve Got to Check Out “From Me to We”

4/10/2012 // By Kendall Mackey

Book Talk and Signing for Bob Doppelt’s Newest Book NWF is pleased to be a co-sponsor of the launch of Bob Doppelt’s new book, From Me to We. Doppelt, a systems change expert, offers a simple yet compelling five-part framework […] Read more >

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Little Things Can Make a BIG Impression

4/5/2012 // By Lindsay Legendre

I didn’t grow up gardening a lot, my parents never really talked to me about global warming, and I don’t regularly hike or mountain climb. Regardless, I have developed an overwhelming love and connection to the great outdoors. There are […] Read more >

Electric cars: It’s time to put our foot down …on the accelerator

3/28/2012 // By Zoe Lipman

We’re well into the political “silly season” so perhaps it’s not so surprising that we’re seeing a rash of EV naysaying in the press.  But it’s particularly crazy now,  when cities, consumers, automakers, energy and appliance companies are steaming ahead […] Read more >