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Tar Sands at our Doorstep: The Threat to the Lake Champlain Region's Waters, Wildilfe and Climate

Lake Champlain and the surrounding region are at risk from oil spills and explosions and given inadequate safety protections, an immediate moratorium on tar sands transportation is needed to protect communities and wildlife. The report examines industry plans to turn northern New England and New York into a major transportation corridor of one of the dirtiest fossil fuels on earth, tar sands oil from Alberta.  



Five Years and Counting: Gulf Wildlife in the Aftermath of the Deepwater Horizon Disaster

A new report from the National Wildlife Federation looks at how 20 types of wildlife that depend on a healthy Gulf are faring in the wake of the BP oil spill. The full extent of the spill's impacts may take years or even decades to unfold, but Five Years & Counting: Gulf Wildlife in the Aftermath of the Deepwater Horizon Disaster examines what science tells us so far. 

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Nature Play & Learning Places

The guidelines, funded by the U.S. Forest Service and in partnership with the Natural Learning Initiative, are for those who create, manage or promote, the development of nature in everyday environments of children, youth and families, especially in urban and suburban communities.



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