The Wilderness Society welcomes the Administration’s decision to slow down the Keystone XL pipeline juggernaut long enough to address the looming catastrophe of climate change.
It’s pretty clear that climate change will have a host of victims, from coastal communities and cities, to drought-stricken plains states.
Already it is affecting the breakfast table, harming production of maple syrup and coffee.
This weekend, thousands of citizens locked hands around the White House and called on the President not to approve the dangerous Keystone XL pipeline project. Why?
On July 20th, 2011, EPA published its Final Three-Year Deferral Rule which deferred for three years a requirement for biomass burning facilities to account for their net carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions.
The American people want jobs and economic growth. Investing in clean energy, clean air and clean water will help to make that a reality.
This blog post is written by Valerie Shen, a sophomore at Harvard College, who is interning this summer for the Climate Change Policy team at The Wilderness Society.
Conservation programs are a teeny tiny slice of our overall budget. We won’t balance our budget on the back of our environment, but you’d never know that watching the budget fight in Congress.
Just a few months ago, anti-climate zealots in the U.S. House of Representatives attacked the Environmental Protection Agency’s programs to cut pollution in our air.
The Western Governors’ Association is hoping to take some common sense steps to prepare for the disruptions that come with climate change.