climate change

A red-bellied woodpecker in Rock Creek Park, Washington, DC

Environmental Justice Mapping Tools: Use and Potential in Policy Making to Address Climate Change

Green spaces benefit people and wildlife alike. In cities, green spaces can store water to provide flood protection and create shade to reduce the “urban heat island effect.” As climate …

fire fighters in forest

American Climate Profiles: Wildfire Season Heats Up

“Every summer at some point we’re up against something we can’t control. Climate change is real each and every day.” Graham Groneman, Battalion Chief for Marin County Fire Department Every …

birds eye view of a wildfire in Yellowstone National Park

Wildfires and Wildlife on the Move

In the Pacific Northwest, just a whiff of the outdoor air is an assault to your senses—and your health. Wildfires continue to blaze in dozens of spots up and down …

In Search of Bipartisan Cooperation on Climate

It is heartbreaking to see the devastation taking place up and down the West Coast due to the historic wildfires. In a year full of challenge and loss, the fires …

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 …

How Healthy Forests Combat Climate Change and Build Healthy Communities

Now, more than ever, our country needs effective and science-based approaches to better protect both public health and the natural ecosystems that support us. Reforestation and forest restoration not only …

How Fish Are Being Affected by Climate Change

From land to sea, climate change has affected wildlife by amplifying pre-existing stressors such as invasive species, diseases and habitat loss. For marine life two irreversible challenges, posed by climate …

A Climate Hero in the Big Apple

During these challenging times, the National Wildlife Federation’s Emily Fano stands out as a beacon of hope and leadership on some of today’s most pressing challenges in the nation’s largest …

Heating Up: Climate Change Harms Alaska’s Communities & Wildlife

Rising temperatures in the Bering Sea could disrupt fisheries and are linked to massive seabird die-offs, shifts in the local ecosystem, and hardship for Alaska Natives. In 2019, seabirds off …

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

With the arrival of spring, many of us are spending more time in the garden. What you may not know is there are simple yet consequential things you can do …

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