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Wildlife Need Us to Count Every Vote

Free and fair elections are at the heart of our identity as a nation and they are central to the National Wildlife Federation’s mission of uniting all Americans to ensure …

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States Take the Lead on Climate

After the wave of elections in early November, it is clear that states are ready and willing to take the lead in protecting wildlife and people from the threat of …

Beyond Politics: Important Decisions for Wildlife Conservation

Take the pledge here to vote for candidates this Election Day who stand with wildlife! Confronting Climate Change A warming world stresses wildlife and their habitat. We’ve recently witnessed severe forest fires, …

Poll – Keystone XL Pummeled by Clean Energy

National Wildlife Federation released results of a Zogby commissioned poll covering several climate and energy issues.  The poll, done just after the election, finds support for Keystone XL was dwarfed …

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A Brighter Future for Wildlife

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Get Ready to Cast Your Vote for Wildlife

Sandy’s Mandate: When Political Reality Meets Climate Reality

Debate Must Not Avoid Flood of Climate Impacts

Tonight’s debate on foreign policy issues is a critical chance to address climate change. As Secretary of State Clinton noted last week when speaking on energy diplomacy, climate change is …

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Turn Spotlight on Climate in Debates

Last night at the presidential debate, the moderator did not allow an undecided voter with concerns about climate change to ask a question–despite carbon pollution being central to the lengthy …

America’s Hunters Ask: Where are Clean Water and Healthy Wetlands in the Election Discourse?

Tonight, Congressman Paul Ryan and Vice President Joe Biden will engage in a primetime debate on foreign and domestic issues. We remain hopeful that among the many important topics raised …

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