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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
NWF Decries ‘Outrageous’ Outcome of Malheur Takeover Trial
O’Mara: Acquittal in Armed Occupation Threatens Public Employees, Lands
79,000 Acres Off The NY Coast To Be Auctioned For Offshore Wind Power Development
New York Offshore Wind Lease Auction Set For Dec 15
Conservation Groups Say White House’s New Guidance Will Help Fast Track Gulf Restoration
Obama administration prioritizes Gulf restoration by enabling coordination among agencies and programs
NWF to Court: Agency Allowed Great Lakes Pipeline to Operate without Documenting that its Oil Spill Response Plan was Adequate
National Wildlife Federation Asks Court to Consider Agency’s Decision, in Lawsuit Asserting That Approval of Plan Violated Clean Water Act, Other National Laws.
Labor Leaders Tour America’s First Offshore Wind Project, See More Jobs Over Horizon
Offshore Wind Industry in the U.S. Could Support Over 160,000 Jobs by 2050
Western Sportsmen: Drop Sage-Grouse Rider From Defense Bill
Eleven Conservation Groups Call on Congress to Let Sage-Grouse Plans Go Forward
Denver Mayor Michael B. Hancock Takes the National Wildlife Federation’s “Mayors’ Monarch Pledge” to Help Save the Monarch Butterfly
“With this pledge, the City of Denver continues to be a leader in the West and the nation in creating sustainable cities for people and nature”
State of Louisiana Advances Mid-Barataria Sediment Diversion
CPRA Issues EIS Public Notice for crucial restoration project
House Water Bill Advances Flint, Key Restoration Projects
“Clean drinking water for all Americans is non-negotiable.”
National Wildlife Federation Applauds America’s Hunters and Anglers on National Hunting and Fishing Day
NWF Celebrates Hunters and Anglers on the Forefront of America's Conservation Efforts
Restoration Groups Applaud USDA Announcement of $328 Million for Gulf Coast
Funds Will Focus on Land Conservation and Water Quality, Building on Restoration Efforts in the Gulf
Great Lakes Advocates to Gather in Sandusky, Ohio, to Earn Commitments from Clinton, Trump
Representatives From Clinton and Trump Campaigns to Attend Candidate Forum Septmeber 22.