November, 2011

Wildlife Is the Soul of Our Country

Americans love wildlife and we want to make sure that our grandchildren and the generations to come can enjoy it, too. Not only is it part of our treasured natural …

Held Captive by Gaston: A Conversation with Photographer Lacombe

This week, I caught up with photographer Gaston Lacombe on his “Captive” series, currently on display at FotoWeek DC, a week-long photography festival with a special focus on human rights …

6 Ways to Honor Veterans and the Great Outdoors this Nov. 11

  I grew up in a military family as passionate about recycling and nature as it was about patriotism and public service. I guess it’s no surprise these twin passions drive …

The RePaper Challenge Spurs Campuses to Reach 75% Paper Recovery Rate by 2015

With the start of a new school year, a growing coalition of sustainability and recycling organizations, including National Wildlife Federation’s (NWF) Campus Ecology Program, is engaging with North American campuses …

With Kyoto Set to Expire, All Eyes Turn to Climate Change Convention this Month

Kate Catlin, a native of the Seattle area, has been selected as a member of the United States Youth Delegation to the United Nations climate negotiations in Durban, South Africa …

Protections Sought for “Serengeti of Colorado”

Judith Kohler is the NWF regional public lands communications manager based in Boulder, Colo., and is NWF’s member of the communications team for Sportsmen for Responsible Energy Development, which includes …

One Week Left to Be Heard: Save The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

The Alaskan Arctic is a place most people only dream about. Endless daylight alternates with constant, freezing night. The Northern Lights illuminate wilderness rivers flowing from the Brooks Range to …

Students Are Doing It In the Dark—Are You?

Last year marked the first year of Campus Conservation Nationals—a nationwide energy and resource savings competition. This year, we are expanding and want you to be a part of the …

Michigan Students Say… “Yes We Can…Stop the Pipeline!”

Over 30 Michigan students from across the state jumped at the chance to go to the Keystone XL Pipeline rally and action at the White House this past weekend, November …

Rehabiliting Lake Erie Wetlands Part One

Wetlands are a vital key to the water quality of the Great Lakes. They act as “filters” for pollutants or debris that might compromise our drinking water, beach health and …

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