September, 2010

The Nature of Childhood Needs More Nature

It’s hard to believe 3 months have passed since the day I spent on a flat bottom boat, under the raging Gulf sun, surrounded by oil, meandering through the Gulf …

An ecosystems-oriented approach to reducing climate change risk

New report on adaptation to climate change gives inadequate attention to ecosystems.

Hike and Seek – Getting Outdoors With a Kid in Your Life This Weekend

By Larry Schweiger As a child I was fortunate enough to spend many hours outdoors with my father, who was a dog trainer and hunter. My dad died more than …

Schwarzenegger: Polluters Playing Political Games in California

Recently, we highlighted a climate denial exhibit at the Smithsonian sponsored by Koch Industries. And this week, we told you how Koch is funding a campaign to keep California hooked …

Outdoor Games to Play on Halloween

Trick-or-treating gives families a great reason to venture out after sunset

3 Fascinating Facts About Animals At Night

Impress your kids by sharing some “nighttime nature” knowledge this Halloween.

Warming Walruses: Watch NWF’s Climate Capsule

From DC to Alaska, what impact is global warming having on America right now? What’s the National Wildlife Federation doing to help promote green job training? And as Dirty the …

CIWEM Environmental Photographer of the Year 2010

Check out the winner!

Blow the Whistle on Polluter Abuse! [Audio]

Nebraska landowners and citizens will be able to blow the whistle on the heavy-handed tactics of Canadian oil giant TransCanada starting today. TransCanada is the company trying to run the …

U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Unveils Strategic Plan to Respond to Global Warming

This just in: the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has released its strategic plan to respond to global warming. “This defining challenge for the conservation community requires the U.S. Fish …

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