March, 2008

We Can Solve It

The Alliance for Climate Protection launched its We campaign today. This campaign is designed to engage the American public in demanding real and lasting solutions to the climate crisis. It … Read more

So Close

The world’s scientists are calling for immediate and urgent action on global warming. The good news is that we have the science, technologies and policies necessary to stop it. What’s … Read more

Large Climate Changes Predicted Worldwide

Scientists are predicting large changes to climates worldwide due to global warming. Particularly hard hit will be tropical highlands and arctic regions, as outlined in a recent Science Daily article. … Read more

Natural Resources Conference Focuses on Climate Change Solutions

Another packed meeting room for a session on climate change here at the North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference. This time the meeting was for natural resource managers working … Read more

NOAA to Assess Whether Melting Ice Endangers Seals

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration announced Wednesday that it will evaluate whether four kinds of seals inhabiting Alaska’s Bering Sea should be placed on the endangered species list because … Read more

California Utility to Install Solar Panels

Southern California Edison plans to install a huge patchwork of solar cells, 10 times bigger than any previous such installation, on more than 100 large rooftops around Southern California. The … Read more

Western Antarctic Ice Chunk Collapses

A chunk of Antarctic ice about seven times the size of Manhattan suddenly collapsed, putting an even greater portion of glacial ice at risk, scientists said Tuesday. Click here for … Read more

Taking Action to Help Wildlife Adapt to a Changing Climate

Here at the North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference in Phoenix, National Wildlife Federation’s Senior Wildlife Biologist Doug Inkley was an invited speaker for an all day workshop on … Read more

Kids and Binoculars

Good tips to keep in mind when introducing kids to these nature-watching tools. Read more

Disastrous Drop in California Salmon

Disturbing news from the California coast: Federal fisheries managers on Friday took the initial step toward imposing what could be the strictest limits ever on West Coast salmon fishing amid … Read more