Climate change is a tricky business. Scientists consistently (and rightly) remind us that you can’t pin any individual storm or drought or hurricane on climate change – there are too many variables, and climate change is just one of them (albeit a rapidly growing one).
What do you get when you take the leading voice for sustainable communities, add in youth from Alaska and all over the world, throw in a dash of inside-the-beltway DC policy experience, and bake it all together in a pan the size of the Chugach National Forest?
This polar bear decided not to do anything about climate change until it was too late! But misery loves company, and soon we might all be facing the dire consequences of delaying action to fight climate change.
The Wilderness Society's own JP Leous has hit the road to talk about the importance of protecting our landscapes from the effects of climate change. He is up in Alaska, where he will be speaking on climate-smart conservation at the U
The health of our communities depends on the health of our natural resources. America’s forests, wetlands, and other natural areas provide our communities with tremendous benefits, including clean water and air, and defending against weather-related disasters.