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Global Warming News
NWF Joins Community Groups and Local Leaders in Calling on Mayor de Blasio to Power NYC with Offshore Wind
Today, more than 100 New Yorkers joined community groups, environmental justice leaders, national environmental organizations, and local officials on the steps of City Hall to thank Mayor Bill de Blasio for his commitment to power 100 percent of City operations with renewable energy and urge him to ensure that offshore wind power plays a major role in achieving that goal.
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Protecting Wildlife and Habitat News
Six Years After the Deepwater Horizon
On the eve of the six-year anniversary of the explosion of the Deepwater Horizon oil rig, an interactive report by the National Wildlife Federation takes a look at what the latest science tells us about what happened as a result of the oil spill – and how we can restore the Gulf of Mexico.
National Wildlife Federation News
Groups Sue to Enforce Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint River Protections
New Army Corps of Engineers Plan Violates Key Environmental Laws
NWF: Americans Want to Enjoy National Monuments, Not Lose Access
O’Mara: Americans United Behind Clean Water, Healthy Rivers
“Keeping America’s rivers healthy starts upstream”
NWF: Attempt to Shrink Monuments Would Be an Assault on Public Lands
Groups Sue U.S. EPA to Act on Lake Erie
Sportsmen Look to Secretary Perdue to Champion Conservation That Works for Rural America
The Georgia quail hunter will oversee $5 billion in conservation funding on private lands, which benefits farmers, ranchers, wildlife, clean water, and sportsmen
Line 5 Oil Pipeline System Spanning Michigan Has Had 29 Known Spills, Nearly Doubling the Number Previously Believed to Have Occurred
National Wildlife Federation releases data with map of spills totaling over 1 million gallons
Houston, TX: 100th Community Wildlife Habitat™ Certified by the National Wildlife Federation
The fourth largest city in the country has certified as the largest ever Community Wildlife Habitat™ through the National Wildlife Federation, reaching 2.3 million people
New Report: 7 Years After Deepwater Horizon, How Should We Spend Restoration Funds?
Latest Executive Order Attacking Climate Action Plan Threatens Wildlife, Economy
The National Wildlife Federation's Ranger Rick Says, "Be a Butterfly Hero!"
The National Wildlife Federation Will Distribute 45,000 Butterfly Garden Starter Kits, to Help Kids and Families Creating Habitat for the Threatened Monarch Butterfly
NWF: Keep New Coal Leases on Hold to Fix the Program for Good of Wildlife, Taxpayers
New Study Links Habitat Destruction to Ethanol Production
Millions of acres of wildlife habitat are being lost to crop production
Momentum Continues for Offshore Wind as NC Lease Goes for $9 Million
Proposed Budget Blueprint, a Disaster for Wildlife, Should be Dead on Arrival
NWF, Partners Oppose Trump Administration Maneuver to Destroy Clean Water Rule
NWF and NRDC asked the Supreme Court to reject a Trump administration effort to indefinitely delay the implementation of the Clean Water Rule while it moves to kill that rule