Miles Grant

Miles Grant is director of communications for National Wildlife Federation, coordinating communications across NWF’s programs to protect wildlife and wild places, connect Americans with nature, and confront climate change. He lives in Fairhaven, MA with his wife and daughter.

NWF Alaska Office (and Dog) Survives Quake

A moderate earthquake shook Alaska on Monday. Fortunately, the 5.4 magnitude quake was centered away from densely-populated areas. The Associated Press described the scene at NWF’s Alaska Regional Center: Still, … Read more

New Boost to Clean Energy Bill, When Will Congress Act?

A new Congressional Budget Office report is giving a big boost to the Waxman-Markey American Clean Energy and Security (ACES) Act. According to The New Republic, “Low-income families come out … Read more

Gearing Up For Final Clean Energy Bill Push

Will the U.S. House take a final vote on the Waxman-Markey American Clean Energy and Security (ACES) Act next week? That’s what President Obama is asking for: The Obama administration … Read more

Key Clean Water Bill Moves Forward

Great news today from the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee, which passed the Clean Water Restoration Act! It now heads to the full Senate. Here’s what Jan Goldman-Carter, the … Read more

NWF Scientist on NBC Nightly News

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New Federal Report: Climate Emergency

A federal goverment report released today pieces together the science of global warming in a startling new picture: Man-made climate change is already lifting temperatures, increasing rainfall, and raising sea … Read more

Go In-Depth on ACES

The National Wildlife Federation has just released a great new fact sheet on the American Clean Energy & Security Act! It details all the new resources that ACES would add … Read more

New Clean Energy Ad: “Do Right”

Bizarre Blue Bug

“Is that a bug?” “No, it’s just a tiny piece of blue fuzz caught in the breeze.” “But it’s changing direction.” So went the conversation in my backyard the other … Read more

Principals for Change Roll Into DC

Here’s a guest post from NWF communications intern Max Greenberg! Just a couple of weeks after Rolling Thunder roared through Washington, a very different kind of ride hit town. Not … Read more