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Global Warming News

Better, Cheaper Protection Against the Next Superstorm Sandy

The second anniversary of Hurricane Sandy this month is a reminder that the U.S. remains woefully unprepared for superstorms and other extreme weather events. Federal statutes continue unwittingly to incentivize development in hazard-prone areas, while fiscal politics prevent sizable investments in resilience measures. This dichotomy distorts private markets and exacerbates the potential liability of the U.S. Treasury.

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Protecting Wildlife and Habitat News

San Gabriel Mountains National Monument Designation: A Homerun for Wildlife and Local Communities 

For the 13th time in his Presidency, President Obama responded to decades of hard work by local communities, businesses, elected officials and conservation organizations by creating a new National Monument - this time right in Los Angeles' backyard.

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The 44th Annual National Wildlife Photo Contest Winners Announced

National Wildlife Federation is proud to announce the winners of the prestigious 44th annual National Wildlife Photo Contest. Operated by National Wildlife Federation's award-winning, full-color magazine National Wildlife, the popular contest celebrates the beauty of nature and raises funds to help the organization act to protect wildlife and wild places.

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