NOAA First Half of 2010 Warmest on Record By Larry J. Schweiger

From an interview I gave this morning with Fox Boston, here are some powerful, tragic images of pelicans impacted by the BP oil spill.  To help hold polluters accountable for the full costs of their impacts on wildlife go to  What is the biggest danger to wildlife in the future?  That we continue to depend on dirty energy that is altering the life support system for wildlife and humans by changing the climate of our planet.  The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration released data today finding that the first part of 2010 was the warmest ever recorded.  We need to seize this vitally important moment to mobilize the justifiable outrage over the BP oil disaster to create a clean energy future that will revitalize our economy and protect our wildlife heritage for future generations.