October, 2008


If you’re visiting for the first time (perhaps linking over from DotEarth, a blog we follow regularly), welcome!The Campus Ecology program here at NWF promotes climate leadership and sustainability among … Read more

Eight Classic Camping Recipes Every Cook Should Know

I ran across these great recipes that were first published in the pages of National Wildlife magazine in Apr/May of 1965. These eight recipes for fish, steak eggs, bacon, potatoes, … Read more

A Sub-Prime Energy Future

Field and Stream recently ran my opinion piece on oil shale: A Sub-Prime Energy Future on their home page. By doing Big Oil’s bidding and allowing the offshore drilling and … Read more

Financial Solution: America Needs Green Jobs

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Climate Action: Great Lakes Compact

National Wildlife Federation and the Alliance for the Great Lakes applaud the U.S. Congress for sealing historic protections for the Great Lakes that have been a decade in the making. … Read more

States Kick Off First U.S. Cap-And-Trade Auction

As part of a rising effort to limit greenhouse gas emissions and reduce America’s dependence on fossil fuels, a coalition of states last week kicked off America’s first cap-and-trade agreement … Read more

In 2007, CO2 Output Jumps To Record Level

The current concentration of atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) is the highest during the last 650,000 years, and probably during the last 20 million years, according to the Global Carbon Project. … Read more