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Enter the Young Reporters for the Environment USA Competition
NWF’s Young Reporters for the Environment USA competition invites students between the ages of 13-21 to investigate an environmental issue in their community and report on it in an article, photo or photo essay, or short video. Submissions to the national competition are due by March 15, 2014. National winners’ entries proceed to the international competition, joining those of students from more than 25 countries around the world.

Invest in Carbon Offsets and Green Your Graduation
National Wildlife Federation’s Campus Ecology Program partners with Foundation to offer colleges and universities the opportunity to invest in carbon offsets. With this partnership Campus Ecology has arranged preferred pricing for campuses - just $9 per metric tonne for high quality renewable energy, energy efficiency, and forest carbon reduction offsets. You will also be supporting the work of NWF’s Campus Ecology program.    

Take Faculty Survey on the IPCC 5th Assessment Report
Are you a faculty member? Tell us how you are using the findings from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) 5th Assessment Report (AR5) in your classroom.

Become an EcoLeader
National Wildlife Federation's EcoLeader Initiative goes live in February 2014. Earn recognition for your leadership skills and positive impact on the environment, access resources to help get your campus project started, and network with students in your region or nationwide through an online community.

Join the Campus Ecology Network
Our members and partners are part of a collaborative network with access to valuable resources including webinars, bi-monthly e-news, and more. 

Join a Climate Action Network in Your Region
We support climate action networks in several regions of the U.S. Share best practices and network with colleges, universities, and like-minded organizations in your community.

Apply for an Internship
Gain experience in different areas of environmental work, exchange ideas and work with knowledgeable professionals, and receive invaluable training, networking and professional experience opportunities with an NWF internship.

Take the RePaper Challenge: 75% by 2015
The Environmental Paper Network's RePaper Project, in partnership with National Wildlife Federation, challenges campuses, companies, and individuals to show support for increasing paper recovery rate for recycling to 75% by the year 2015. Click above and check out resources under "For Colleges and Universities."

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