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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
Six Years after Enbridge Oil Disaster near Kalamazoo, Risky Pipeline under Great Lakes Threatens Michigan Communities, Wildlife
On the six-year anniversary of the Enbridge oil disaster near Kalamazoo, MI, NWF is calling on Michigan leaders to follow through on commitments to shut down risky 63-year-old pipelines
Sportsmen Say Moab MLP is Key Step in Leasing Reforms
National Coalition Urges Feds to Follow Moab Management Plan With More
Insufficient 2010 Enbridge Oil Disaster Settlement Shows Tougher Laws Needed
$62 Million Settlement and Requirements for Basic Inspections and Maintenance Won’t Deter Future Negligence
House Interior Appropriations Bill Would Harm Wildlife
The House passed H.R. 5538, the Department of the Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2017
Groups Praise Governor Cuomo and LIPA for Recommending Approval of Nation's Largest Offshore Wind Project
The Long Island Power Authority (LIPA) announced today it is recommending development of New York’s first ever offshore wind farm
Sportsmen Encourage Party Platforms to Support America’s Public Lands
More than thirty sportsmen organizations sent a letter to the RNC and DNC encouraging them to support America’s public lands
Massachusetts Senate Raises the Bar on Offshore Wind Power
Energy bill passed by the MA Senate commits to enough offshore wind power to launch the nation’s industry
NWF lauds new rule on public-lands minerals as important for wildlife
U.S Department of Interior rule will better assess market-value of fossil fuels extracted from public lands
NWF Joins Broad Coalition Calling on Gov. Cuomo to Launch Offshore Wind Power for New York
60 groups representing hundreds of thousands of New Yorkers sent a letter to Governor Cuomo calling for investments in offshore wind
Z00,000: Denver Zoo Garden is NWF’s 200,000th Certified Habitat
Denver Zoo will be the 200,000th National Wildlife Federation Certified Wildlife Habitat®
NWF Commends Senate Natural Resources Committee for Working on Forest Fire Funding Crisis
The Senate Natural Resources Committee held a hearing on a discussion draft bill to ensure adequate funding to fight forest fires and improve forest management.
Ranger Rick and Ranger Rick Jr. Featured in Braum’s Kid’s Meal Nationwide
The Braum’s kid’s meal program was distributed to nearly 300 stores across the country.
President Obama Signs Toxic Substances Control Act Reform Into Law
Today, President Obama signed historic legislation that modernizes the 40-year-old Toxic Substances Control Act.
The National Wildlife Federation Commits to New Vision for Wildlife Conservation at 80th Annual Meeting
Federation Also Approves Resolutions and Awards Malheur Manager
NWF, Affiliates Call on Politicians to Support Public Lands
Trailblazing Leadership on Offshore Wind Power in Massachusetts
Energy bill passed by the MA House of Representatives includes a nationally significant commitment to offshore wind power