You Can’t Rewind an Oil Spill
The National Wildlife Federation is one of several conservation organizations sponsoring this new ad: [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nqvj3rI6ajI&feature=player_embedded[/youtube] Tell Interior Secretary Ken Salazar: No more oil spills, especially in critical polar bear habitat.
NWF Team to Gulf & BP’s Campaign Cash: Watch NWF’s Climate Capsule
In this week’s NWF Climate Capsule video, lessons we didn’t learn from the Exxon Valdez, NWF’s call to revoke newly-issued deep water drilling permits & BP’s donation to one of its most prominent defenders.
Breaking: Gulf Coast Oil Spill Now Projected to Make Landfall Tonight
The oil spill forecast is now looking like some of the worst-case scenarios we’ve been hearing.
Two New Reasons to Break Our Oil Addiction – Now
Two major reminders about how urgent it is for America to break its addiction to oil.
Why Developing Oil Shale Gets Us Nowhere
New Proposed Fuel Source Increases Threat to Wildlife, Public Lands and Water Drilling for oil and natural gas, and mining for coal, has already taken a dramatic toll on our … Continue reading
For People and Wildlife, There’s Only One Answer to Secure Our Energy Future
In the coming days, Congress begins voting on a new set of energy bills that if passed will be detrimental for wildlife and the natural resources we all depend on. … Continue reading
Enough Already With All the Fossil Foolery
New Offshore Drilling Won’t Dig Us Out of the Hole So, big oil and friends are at it again: doing what they can to keep us hooked on fossil fuels … Continue reading
Senate Energy Bill: “The First Step”
Yesterday began with the environmental community’s less than favorite Senator, Jim “Hoax” Inhofe, proposing an amendment to require oil companies to build more refineries. (Nothing quite like requiring more oil … Continue reading
Senate Passes Offshore Drilling Bill
Sen. Bill Nelson (D-Fla.) must be holding his breath right now. He recently broke ranks and voted for a bill to open up 8.3 million acres in Florida’s side of … Continue reading
Don’t Let Congress Silence Sportsmen
Public land use is a balancing act. Developing oil and gas resources on public lands requires careful planning and robust conversations. Hunters, anglers, and wildlife enthusiasts depend on public lands … Continue reading