offshore wind

A Big Deal for Right Whales

Today offers a unique reason for optimism that offshore wind power can rise to its full potential as a major new energy source for America. The developer of our first large-scale …

Offshore Wind Lease Auction Blows Old Record Out of the Water

What a difference a few years and visionary leadership can make. This morning, developers finished 32 rounds of bidding on areas of federal waters off the coast of Massachusetts designated …

Offshore Wind Power: A Clean Energy Victory for Wildlife!

Virginia to Build the First Two Offshore Wind Turbines in Federal Waters For years, states along the Atlantic Coast have been striving to get offshore wind turbines built in federal …

A 4AM Fishing Adventure: Lessons from New York City’s Jamaica Bay

I wish all National Wildlife Federation members could have joined me on a recent spring fishing outing in New York City’s Jamaica Bay.  The restoration of one of the region’s most …

North Atlantic right whale

A Reason for Hope in 2018: The US Offshore Wind…

A Sneak Preview of 2018 Conservation

Climate Disruption Lit “Bomb Cyclone” Fuse

Block Island Wind Farm Gives Business Leaders a “Glimpse into the Future”

Just before the winds chilled for fall’s late arrival, business leaders from across the Northeast got out on the water to tour America’s first five offshore wind turbines. Since its …

Offshore Wind Power is No Fish Tale

There are many reasons to support responsibly developed offshore wind power. It is a clean energy source that is good for wildlife; it is affordable, reliable and available right near …

Massachusetts Invites Bids for Nation’s Largest Offshore Wind Power Development

On June 29th, Massachusetts took a nationally unprecedented step forward for clean energy. Offshore wind power developers holding leases more than ten miles off the coast of the Commonwealth are now formally …

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