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Eagle Summit, Steese National Conservation Area, Alaska

Sustaining the Next Generation of Environmentalists

The NWF EcoLeaders and EcoCareers programs are integral to achieving the National Wildlife Federation’s goal of uplifting the next generation of environmentalists. By providing an online community, career center, and …

Breaking wave over coral

Harnessing Natural Infrastructure to Protect the Built Environment

The National Wildlife Federation (NWF or Federation) and Allied World share ten years of partnership to raise awareness about the role nature-based solutions can play in hazard risk reduction. In …

Rusty crawfish in stream

How to help advance climate equity? Build (and use) a better mapping tool

The COVID-19 pandemic was just one of many crises we dealt with in 2021, and continue to deal with. Hurricanes, wildfires, heat waves, drought — in 2021, more than 40 …

Whooping crane

Four Ways Climate Change is Impacting Key Species in Texas—and Four Ways to Combat It

You haven’t truly seen a whooping crane until you’ve wandered onto the wetlands where they winter. The horizon is just a bit bigger there. Saltmarshes and ribbons of water unfurl …

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

Environmental Justice Mapping Tools: Use and Potential in Policy Making…

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 …

plastic bag with groceries

Campus Quiz: Plastic Pollution

In the past 30 years, the entire world has shifted to single-use plastics for eating, drinking, and packaging merchandise that go straight into the waste stream, on to landfills, and …

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. …

This Mother’s Day, Let’s Leave a Wildlife Legacy We Can Be Proud Of

As a mother, some of my fondest memories are of spending time with my children discovering nature. Watching them screech with delight when a fish grabs onto the hook of …

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