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Global Warming News

New Climate Rule Protects Wildlife, Outdoor Heritage

Today, the Environmental Protection Agency issued a proposed rule that will enure less methane gas is wasted into the atmosphere in the production, processing and transmission of oil and natural gas. Methane is a potent greenhouse gas that has 84 times more warming potential than carbon dioxide over the near term and also responsible for ground leveling pollution. It is also a valuable resource that can be captured and used. This rule is an important part of President Obama's Climate Action Plan.   

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Protecting Wildlife and Habitat News

NWF: Sound Science Underpins Clean Water Rule

A judge in North Dakota has issued a preliminary injunction against a new EPA/Army Corps rule restoring Clean Water Act protections to more than half of the nation's streams and millions of acres of wetlands. Collin O'Mara, president and CEO of the National Wildlife Federation, issued a statement in response.  

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Get Outside News

Tens of Thousands of Campers Joining National Wildlife Federation's 11th Annual Great American Campout, Kicking off June 27

Tens of thousands of people across the nation will be camping for a cause on Saturday with the kickoff of the 11th Annual National Wildlife Federation Great American Campout. In conjunction with Great Outdoors Month, the annual event runs through September 7, 2015 encouraging people of all ages to camp in their parks, campgrounds, backyards and neighborhoods as a way to reconnect with nature.

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