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March on Washington, National Mall and Memorial Parks, 1963.

Honor the Legacy of Dr. King by Standing Up for Voting Rights

A healthy environment relies on a healthy democracy, where everyone can access the sacred right to vote and have that vote counted. That’s why the National Wildlife Federation is joining …

Our Work for Wildlife Depends on a Healthy Democracy

As stated in our mission “to unite all Americans to ensure wildlife thrive in a rapidly changing world,” the National Wildlife Federation understands that our ability to bring people together …

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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Georgia’s Amendment 1 Will Secure Environmental Funds and More

Georgia is a beautiful state full of a variety of natural resources from the coastal habitats in the southeast part of the state to the Appalachian Mountains in the northern …

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Reaffirming a Future for Wildlife: A 2018 Election Recap

Wins for Wildlife Delivered Following yesterday’s election, every newspaper and analyst has started weighing in on what the results  mean for America. If there’s one thing we can discern from …

YES on 6 for cleaner energy, less pollution, and a…

With yet another major scientific report – this one from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change – signaling the urgency to act on climate in order to avoid severe impacts …

Amendment 74: Bad for Wildlife, Bad for Colorado

“Under 74, we will no longer be able to control our own destiny.” – Mayor Herb Atchinson, Westminster, CO Amendment 74 is too extreme for Colorado. The state’s current recovery …

State Climate Policies Gain Steam, Help Save the Planet

Reflections on the Global Climate Action Summit and other signs of progress Those of us who have been following climate change at a national level know that there hasn’t been …

Blazing the Path to Real Climate Solutions: YES on WA 1631

What’s the first word that comes to mind when you think of Washington state? For me, it’s rain. I associate the state with dark green, lush vegetation, and lots of …

Rays of Hope for Wildlife in 2014 Midterm Elections

The 2014 midterm elections brought progress for wildlife, from Florida’s panthers to Alaska’s wild salmon, despite some setbacks for friends of conservation. Much of the good news comes from state ballot …

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