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Godzilla: Monster or Metaphor?

As folks look to beat the summer heat and flock to their local theater to see the latest creature destruction flick “Godzilla: King of the Monsters,” few may know the …

Climate Change, Natural Disasters, & Northern Rockies Wildlife: A Story Map

Climate change-fueled natural disasters are challenging the recovery of at-risk species and making some populations more vulnerable to decline. In the Northern Rockies region, North Dakota’s 2017 summer drought and …

Building Infrastructure in the Era of Climate Change

“Infrastructure” is more than a Washington, D.C. buzzword. A well-funded infrastructure package has the potential to positively impact communities and wildlife around the country. In fact, infrastructure investments are crucial …

Bighorn sheep photo by Tim Rains (NPS)

Will Congress Leave Wildlife Out to Dry this Year?

In our own lives, the new year often comes with a to-do list. Whether it’s filing financial paperwork or setting goals for the year ahead like going to the gym …

Photo of the Simi Valley fire in CA via US Air Force

Wildfire in a Rapidly Changing World

The fires burning in Southern California are dominating an already full news cycle. Apocalyptic photos of the glowing red hills surrounding Los Angeles freeways and communities seem like CGI imagery …

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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 …

Red Moon Rising: The Growing Threat of Megafires

As my truck crested the Hoback rim and I rolled into the upper Green River basin, I couldn’t wait to see the full moon rising over the Wind River Mountains. …

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