Aileo Weinmann

They Came to Washington to Learn About Tiny Fish. Here’s Why.

Sometimes little things can make a big difference.  Forage fish – like mullet, shad, herring, and sardines – although themselves tiny, are essential to the ocean’s entire food web. At … Read more

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 … Read more

Congressional Black Caucus Honored for Clean Energy Support

National Wildlife Federation, Green for All and a coalition of conservation groups hosted a Capitol Hill reception to honor the Congressional Black Caucus for its commitment to build a clean-energy … Read more

Hip Hop Caucus Clean Energy Now! Bus Tour Wraps-Up On Capitol Hill

On Wednesday, EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson joined the tour with Members of Congress and celebrities to lead the rally, encouraging people to rebuild our economy, regain our communities and restore our planet. Read more

Tribal Leaders Address Climate Impacts, Clean Energy Bill

PHOTO: (from left) Mike Williams, chairman of Alaska Inter-Tribal Council; Senator Tom Udall of New Mexico; Jerry Pardilla, executive director of the National Tribal Environmental Council; and John Echohawk, executive director … Read more