climate action

How Art Can Inspire Climate Action

Alaska’s climate activists have raised the alarm on the need for the 49th states’ Congressional delegation to take climate action for people, wildlife, and public lands. Read one activist’s story …

Compounding Challenges: Extreme Heat Threatens Communities and Wildlife More Than Ever in The Age of Climate Change and COVID-19

Rising average global temperatures are one of the most direct indicators of climate change that can be felt and seen today. In the first half of 2020, global average temperatures …

6 Actions to Combat Climate Change and Help Wildlife in Your Garden

During these coming spring weeks as we are staying home during the pandemic and finding solace in nature, many of us will be spending time in our gardens. What you …

bald eagle and chicks

Tell Your Members of Congress to be Wildlife Champions this Year!

With a new Congress comes a renewed chance to save America’s vulnerable wildlife and stop the destruction of our wild public lands, healthy waterways and a stable climate. Tell your …

With New Leaders, New Chance to Confront Climate Challenges

moose and calf

Last Day to Tell the Environmental Protection Agency to Keep…

Roseate spoonbill

Helping Wildlife With a Carbon Price

Who’s Afraid of Climate, Equity, and Women?

After getting trained as Climate Reality Project leaders as part of Al Gore’s Climate Change movement, two National Wildlife Federation staff members in Seattle wanted to do more than just …

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Climate Change: Hurting Wildlife in Our Own Backyards

For far too long, climate change seemed like a distant, impersonal problem. But the unfortunate reality is that many wildlife populations are feeling the effects of climate change now, and …

sea turtle

Save the Wild Things, Save Ourselves

Species throughout our nation – including moose, sea turtles, and polar bears — are in serious jeopardy due to rising temperatures and sea levels, drought, pests, wildfires, and severe storms …

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