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Global Warming News

Secretary Jewell Announced Proposed Revisions to Emissions Rule

The Interior Department's proposed rule to clamp down on the venting and flaring of natural gas from oil and gas operations on public and tribal lands will cut harmful methane emissions and reduce the waste of our natural resources. 

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Protecting Wildlife and Habitat News

Senators Still Have Chance to Pass Strong Bipartisan Sportsmen's Bill

The Senate Environment and Public Works Committee approved the Bipartisan Sportsmen's Bill today, but only after adding several controversial amendments approved along party lines.

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Get Outside News

As Heads of State Return from Paris-21 with New Climate Commitments in Place, U.S. Education Leaders Release National Plan to Prepare Millions of Community College Students for the New, Clean Economy Workforce

Today, Jobs for the Future, National Wildlife Federation, Bank of America and education leaders all across North America are releasing Greenprint: A Plan to Prepare Community College Students for Careers in the Clean Economy. This plan comes at a critical time as 190 heads of state recently met in Paris for the COP-21 to address the need to curtail climate change and eliminate greenhouse gas pollution.

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