As Thousands Rally at White House, New Questions Surround Keystone XL

It was only Sunday that I joined 12,000 activists encircling the White House to ask President Obama to block the proposed Keystone XL tar sands pipeline – but already, the landscape has changed.

Climate Deniers Champion Persecution, Not Proof

While we no longer literally burn scientists at the stake, they still face persecution for upsetting the apple cart.

Efficient Vehicles: A Better Way to Go

The Obama administration, a labor union and key auto manufacturers have joined with the state of California to reach a critical deal requiring passenger vehicles to average 54.5 miles per gallon by 2025.

Remembering Ray Anderson’s Legacy to Sustainability

It is with a heavy heart that I share that our colleague and friend, Ray Anderson, has passed away.  Ray served on the President’s Advisory Council at the National Wildlife …

Will Someone Finally Ask If News Corp. Was Behind Hacked Climate Emails?

It’s been frustrating that for all the rightful attention paid to The News of the World phone hacking scandal, virtually no journalist has been willing to ask if News Corp.’s lawbreaking extended into email hacking.

Media Proves Gore Right on Climate Coverage

Al Gore’s Rolling Stone essay spent four times as much space comparing the news media to pro wrestling referees than it did urging President Obama to act on the climate crisis. So what did media coverage of Gore’s piece exclusively focus on?

What If There Be No Goose Music?

Aldo Leopold shared his concern for the future of his children in his renowned essay “Goose Music,” which first appeared in his classic book A Sand County Almanac: “I hope …

Why Doesn’t the United States Have an Energy Policy To Create Jobs and Protect the Environment?

 By Larry J. Schweiger  I hope you will join me at National Wildlife Federation’s 75th Anniversary Gala on April 13 in Washington D.C.  We’ll honor Robert Redford and the many …

What Should Congress Do with EPA’s Carbon Rules?

I posted this on the National Journal blog in response to the question of what Congress should do in response to the Environmental Protection Agency’s rules to regulate carbon under …

A Family for the Future of Wildlife

“For the nature of tomorrow, we must be the change that the world desperately needs today”  Also posted on National Wildlife magazine: I HAVE LONG THOUGHT of the National Wildlife …

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