April, 2010

National Summit: Connecting Children and the Outdoors

Did you know that the average American child spends 53 hours per week staring at some kind of electronic screen? Today, National Wildlife Federation hosted a national summit on children and the outdoors to explore the indoor childhood problem and what we can all do at the local, state and federal level to halt this dangerous trend.

Glacier National Park Loses Two More Glaciers

Global warming continues to wipe out Glacier National Park’s namesake:

Let’s Commit to Tropical Forest Conservation

Tropical rainforests are diverse habitats that are home to half of the world’s plant and wildlife species, and protecting these forests is crucial to wildlife and to the health of …

This Week’s Climate Capsule: Climate Invaders & Dirty Goes Drilling

In this week’s National Wildlife Federation Climate Capsule, how global warming could lead to stronger poison ivy, another landmark event now planned for the week of Earth Day & talking drilling with Dirty the Global Warming Denier Sock Puppet.

Washington Post Calls for “Smart” Senate Clean Energy & Climate Bill

Today’s Washington Post gets behind the efforts of Senators John Kerry, Lindsey Graham & Joe Lieberman to craft bipartisan clean energy & climate legislation.

NWF Takes a Closer, Creepy Look at “Climate Invaders!”

The National Wildlife Federation has released our latest report: They Came From Climate Change! This report highlights the species that will end up benefiting from climate change. However, these are …

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