June, 2009

Wild Tweets: Using Twitter to Monitor Wildlife

Since joining Twitter and making connections in the “green” Twitter world, I have heard a lot of people wondering whether the environmental community can focus all of Twitter’s positive energy … Read more

Obama Unveils New Efficiency Rules

As Grist’s Kate Sheppard remembers, then-Sen. Barack Obama once pointed out that we won’t stop global warming through voluntary, individual actions — like changing light bulbs. It will take mandatory, … Read more

Survey Reveals Gaps in Green Purchasing Plans

When Portland Community College (PCC) threw its annual Awards Banquet, the student association did its best to ensure that the party would be green, choosing the venue, caterers, and even … Read more

Students Say “Tap It” for the Good of the Planet

In the midst of a difficult economic climate, at least one school is willing to give up a source of revenue in order to be better stewards of the environment. … Read more

Five Questions: What Impediments Are Slowing the Growth of Renewable Energy?

Mark Kapner has 30 years of experience in energy technology and environmental engineering and policy as senior strategy engineer at Austin Energy. He sat down to answer a few of … Read more

Plant Power: A Special Report on Biofuels

Long pools of vibrantly colored blue and green algae radiate in the sun at a 40-acre algae farm in Southern California’s Imperial Valley. Built in the 1980s to supply the … Read more

Remembering Craig Tufts, NWF’s Chief Naturalist

It is hard to find the words to express how much Craig’s presence will be deeply missed around the National Wildlife Federation’s headquarters and throughout the NWF family. Craig embodied … Read more

NWF to ACES Supporters: Thank You

Thanks to all the members of the U.S. House who delivered a historic win for climate action last Friday! Read more

Historic Vote for Energy Independence and Wildlife

I’m heartened by this evening’s vote by the House of Representatives to pass the American Clean Energy and Security Act. The bill passed with a 219 to 212 bipartisan vote. … Read more

Liveblogging the ACES Floor Debate

Follow the latest over at Daily Kos! Read more

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