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August 31 field trip to Coney Island Creek

Teachers Explore Climate Resilience Education at RiSC Summer Professional Learning Institute

Resilience has become a buzzword, but what does the term really mean, especially in relation to the climate crisis, and how can it be discussed in the classroom? This was …

Why Cleaning Up Our Degraded Lands—All 4 Million of Them—Is a Climate Solution

What if I told you we have an opportunity to help fight climate change sitting right under our noses? Depending on where you live, you’ve probably driven past a deserted …

Piping Plover

Congress’s Major Achievement for Climate and Wildlife

After decades of trying, and weeks and months of squabbling and setbacks, Congress is poised to pass the largest effort ever to reduce climate-polluting emissions, reduce carbon dioxide in the …

Education Newsletter Summer 2022

Hello, from the National Wildlife Federation’s Education Team As we start to think about heading back to school, we’re excited to share stories about two programs that have kept us …

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RiSC Students: Climate Resilience Ambassadors in Coney Island

Over the past decade, the need to protect our nation’s coastlines from sea level rise, erosion, and coastal storms has become one of the most critical and immediate challenges we …

Right whale breaching

Protecting North Atlantic Right Whales and Advancing Clean Energy

The National Wildlife Federation is proud to share an exciting new agreement to protect North Atlantic right whales while advancing clean, renewable, offshore wind energy. The agreement, signed by the …

streets flooded in Annapolis, MD

Warming Waters, Wildlife, and Communities

It’s June 2022 and wildfires are erupting in the West, including in the place I call home: California. With high temperatures and dry conditions caused by climate change, these fires …

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It’s almost Earth Day. Time to think cleaner transportation.

Across town or around the world, moving goods and people is an energy intensive business. In the U.S. the transportation sector is the single biggest contributor to greenhouse gas emissions …

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Harnessing Natural Infrastructure to Protect the Built Environment

The National Wildlife Federation (NWF or Federation) and Allied World share ten years of partnership to raise awareness about the role nature-based solutions can play in hazard risk reduction. In …

community impacted by hurricane

Recovery and Resilience on Louisiana’s Coast

On August 29, 2021, Hurricane Ida struck southeast Louisiana as a Category 4 storm with 150 mph winds. It ties Hurricane Laura (2020) and The Last Island Hurricane (1856) as …

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