Climate

Marine Heatwaves Can Scatter Ocean Wildlife More Than a Thousand Miles

Marine Heatwaves Can Scatter Ocean Wildlife More Than a Thousand Miles

— A new study finds that these extreme events at sea can rapidly redistribute habitats and animals, including fish and seabirds.
Can There Be a Green and Just Economic Recovery From the Pandemic?

Can There Be a Green and Just Economic Recovery From the Pandemic?

— As politicians and the fossil fuel industry seek to restore a status quo, the course chosen now will dictate our climate future.
Long-Awaited House Report Provides Blueprint for Congress on Climate Change

Long-Awaited House Report Provides Blueprint for Congress on Climate Change

— House Select Committee on the Climate Crisis offers guidance for rebuilding a cleaner future in the wake of COVID-19
A New Federal Bill Would Empower Farmers, Ranchers, and Foresters in the Fight Against Climate Change

A New Federal Bill Would Empower Farmers, Ranchers, and Foresters in the Fight Against Climate Change

— Providing farmers, ranchers, and forest landowners with incentives to capture and store greenhouse gases will help rural economies, fight climate change, and improve habitat for birds.
Bipartisan Bill Will Help Cut Pollution While Helping Farmers, Foresters, and Wildlife

Bipartisan Bill Will Help Cut Pollution While Helping Farmers, Foresters, and Wildlife

— The legislation helps the agriculture and forestry industries naturally remove carbon from the atmosphere, creating a cleaner future for birds and people.
Long-Awaited Solar Ruling Is a Win for Clean Energy in Arkansas

Long-Awaited Solar Ruling Is a Win for Clean Energy in Arkansas

LITTLE ROCK (June 1, 2020)– This afternoon, the Arkansas Public Service Commission’s (PSC) issued a long-awaited ruling that will

Protecting the Birds of Hawaiʻi Amid Environmental Carelessness

Protecting the Birds of Hawaiʻi Amid Environmental Carelessness

— How ancient feathered spirits, and the people who have revered them, are threatened by global climate change.
Vermont Teens Draw Climate Solace from Drawing Birds

Vermont Teens Draw Climate Solace from Drawing Birds

— Students at Brattleboro Union High School use art to channel both their climate grief and love for birds.
To Help COVID Recovery and Address Climate, We Must Protect Natural Spaces

To Help COVID Recovery and Address Climate, We Must Protect Natural Spaces

— With the right policies, existing spaces like wetlands, forests, and farmland can remove emissions and help protect against future crises that affect people and wildlife. Congress must include support for natural climate solutions in any recovery plan.
Recovery Efforts Provide the Opportunity to Build a 21st Century Energy System

Recovery Efforts Provide the Opportunity to Build a 21st Century Energy System

— As Congress makes plans to recover from the COVID crisis, they must plan for the future by supporting legislation that saves and creates jobs, while also creating a cleaner and healthier world.