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NYC Students Learn How to Build a Climate Resilient Future

This year—2020—will rank among the hottest in recorded history. Floods, droughts, violent hurricanes and apocalyptic wildfires are ravaging communities and disproportionately threatening already vulnerable human and wildlife populations. Coastal areas …

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 …

Preserving Climate and Clean Energy Gains During the Pandemic

Our country has been affected in countless ways by the spread of COVID-19 and the economic shutdown it has imposed. Lives and livelihoods have been tragically lost and upended. But …

A Climate Hero in the Big Apple

Nature-based Climate Strategies Protect People & Wildlife

Swept Away: Protecting Midwest Communities & Wildlife From Extreme Flooding

Not So Scary After All: Shark Facts You Might Not Know

Sharks may look scary with their many teeth and pointed finsーmuch of the human panic around sharks stems from the fear that the film Jaws originally stoked decades ago. But …

Can we save songbirds with … tax policy?

Climate change is one of the biggest threats to wildlife, exacerbating the habitat loss and increase in invasive species and wildlife disease that threaten many species across the country. Further, …

Could Climate Change Affect the Future of Baseball?

Baseball is America’s oldest pastime. But as climate change takes a greater toll on wildlife all across America, the changes it will bring may also have a lasting effect on …

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