October, 2018

Blazing the Path to Real Climate Solutions: YES on WA 1631

What’s the first word that comes to mind when you think of Washington state? For me, it’s rain. I associate the state with dark green, lush vegetation, and lots of …

El huracán María dejó en evidencia la importancia de la infraestructura natural

Ha pasado ya más de un año desde que el huracán María arribó en Puerto Rico devastando todo a su paso. Con vientos de 155 mph, el huracán categoría 4 …

Happy Campers Protect Wildlife, Even in the Fall: 6 Tips for Autumn Camping

As the National Wildlife Federation’s Great American Campout™ wraps up, it’s good time to remember that fall is still a great time to get out into the outdoors. Breathe that …

7 Ways Congress Could Help Safeguard Communities, Wildlife From Hurricanes

The hurricanes of the past two years—Michael, Florence, Harvey, María and Irma—have made it clear that the combination of extreme storms and intense development in coastal areas have left people, …

The White House’s Illegal Ethanol Boost Would Hurt People and Wildlife

Yesterday, President Trump traveled to Iowa to announce that he is instructing the Environmental Protection Agency to loosen restrictions on selling higher blends of ethanol in gasoline. He, of course, …

EPA’s Latest Proposal: More Mercury In Fish and People

This administration’s attempts to roll back clean air, clean water, climate, and other environmental safeguards are numerous and sometimes overwhelming. Yet, continued public watchfulness is necessary, as evidenced by the …

How Hurricane Maria Proved the Importance of Natural Infrastructure

It has been a year since Hurricane Maria made landfall in Puerto Rico, leaving behind a trail of devastation. With winds of 155 mph, the Category 4 hurricane not only …

Swimming with Salmon, Splashing with Beavers

Preparing for our beaver pond vigil, Professor Phil Brick expressed some doubt that a group of nearly two dozen lively and excited college students would be able to sit silently …

Soaring Sustainability: Historic Flight on Low-Carbon Jet Fuel

It isn’t too often that I can get inspired by an airplane journey these days – I travel too much and it’s usually too uncomfortable and annoying. But on Tuesday …

Take Climate Action For D.C.’s Bald Eagles

Earlier this year, Washington, D.C.’s beloved bald eagle couple, Mr. President and First Lady, gave birth to a pair of new hatchlings. Bald eagles have demonstrated a tremendous success in …

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