Conservation

Carbon Output Must Near Zero To Avert Danger, New Studies Say

A new report by scientists indicates the world must cease carbon emissions altogether within a matter of decades. Read the entire story here. Read more

Labor's Changing Tune on Global Warming

Hundreds of environmental experts and business executives are in Pittsburg this week to strategize about how solving global warming can also provide millions of new jobs in the renewable energy … Read more

Global Warming May Weaken Transport Infrastructure

Global warming will affect every type of transportation through rising sea levels, increased rainfall and surges from more intense storms, check out the results from this new National Research Council … Read more

Earth: The Sequel

If you want to be inspired by the search to create a clean energy economy and stop global warming, check out Earth: The Sequel – The Race to Reinvent Energy … Read more

Sen. Boxer, Conservation Leaders Show Unity for Strengthening Climate Legislation

On Capitol Hill today, the National Wildlife Federation showed its support for Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-CA) in the fight for strong climate legislation. As chair of the Senate Environment and … Read more

No Stopping Leilani Munter

National Wildlife Federation staff were joined Wednesday by race car driver Leilani Munter on Capitol Hill to promote global warming legislation that substantially reduces global warming pollution and provides dedicated … Read more

Race Car Driver Aims to Put Brakes on Global Warming

Leilani Munter Gets Behind Climate Security Act NWF accompanied Indy Car driver Leilani Munter as she visited members of congress to advocate for action on climate change. Read the entire … Read more

Loans program for coal plants suspended

The federal government is suspending a major loan program for coal-fired power plants in rural communities, saying the uncertainties of climate change and rising construction costs make the loans too … Read more

WA legislature moves to cut greenhouse emissions

The WA state legislature this week committed Washington to reducing greenhouse gas emissions and investing in "green economy jobs." Read the entire story here. Read more

What a Long, Strange Trip It’s Been (Or: How I Found a Home at Heartland)

While I’m blogging from inside the Heartland Institute’s global warming denier conference today, I spent the first two hours of the event on the outside looking in. When I went … Read more