The National Wildlife Federation

June–July 2022

National Wildlife® // June–July 2022 Issue

A Potent Promise

In 1972, passage of the Clean Water Act launched a new era of hop...

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Lakes on the Line

The Great Lakes have made huge environmental gains during the pas...

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Sustaining Fresh Waters

Without strong protection for wetlands and streams, wildlife popu...

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Life's Purest Essential

Access to safe water and working sanitation systems should be a b...

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President's View

Five Decades of Protecting Our Waters

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Bracing for the Next Storm

Ironton, Louisiana, fights coastal land loss—and a history of neg...

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Stopping Deforestation

How new laws—and consumers—can help save Earth’s trees

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Working for Wildlife

Nature-based solutions and water coalitions

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Editor's Note

A Water Wake-Up Call

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Manatee Emergency

Florida’s beloved sea mammals are starving as seagrasses dwindle

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News of the Wild

Giraffe grandmothers, bird avoidance and whale poop

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Coping with Extremes

As the climate shifts, more gardeners will struggle with too litt...

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Shared Memory: In the Swim

Climate change and fisheries

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