October, 2007

Happenings This Week

Senator Baucus Supports Lieberman-Warner, Tackling Global Warming Head-On America’s conservation future looks much brighter, thanks to Senator Max Baucus (D-MT) who endorsed Senator John Warner’s (R-VA) and Senator Lieberman’s (ID-CT) …

Happy 10th Birthday, Prius!!

My parents were not real hippies. My mother never burned her bra, and my father never torched his draft card. They did not smoke pot, hitchhike, or go to Woodstock. …

It Affects Everyone

The article in yesterday’s Washington Post: "At the Poles, Melting Occurring At Alarming Rate" emphasized just how quickly the effects of climate change are beginning to occur. "Things are on …

America’s Climate Security Act of 2007

Today Senators Joseph Lieberman (ID-CT) and John Warner (R-VA) will introduce America’s Climate Security Act of 2007. The bill will secure an estimated $125 billion dollars through 2030 for wildlife …

Global warming starts to divide GOP contenders

A Refreshing Breeze in New Hampshire

A Call for Urgent Action

Gore: A Tireless Voice From the Wilderness For the Wilderness

Today the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and Al Gore were awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for their efforts to address global warming. The National Wildlife Federation asked its staff …

Gore: A tireless voice from the wilderness, for the wilderness

It’s official – a rumor that Al Gore would be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize has become truth today! Al Gore was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize today, along with …

New Poll Challenges Myths about NH Sportsmen

NWF released a poll of New Hampshire sportsmen this week and hosted a conference on global warming in the state. The majority of New Hampshire’s hunters and anglers say global …

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