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Rising Stars Singled Out by Audubon/Toyota for Environmental Leadership NEW YORK, Nov. 19, /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Green jobs training. Educating children and families about watershed restoration. Protecting Tundra Swans, Barn Owls and the Guam Rail.
A study released October 14th in the current issue of the peer-reviewed journal PLoS ONE will shed new light on oil and gas development potential in the Intermountain West.
Evite Partners with Bravo to 'Give Green' to the National Audubon Society LOS ANGELES, April 22 /PRNewswire/ -- In honor of Earth Day, Evite (www.evite.com), the leading online invitation and social planning service on the Web and operating business of IAC (Nasdaq: IACI), has partnered with Bravo Media to create a special, celebrity-designed collection of online invitations that are not only tree-free, but also give back to the environment in a new way.
WASHINGTON, March 19 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The following is a statement of John Flicker, President, National Audubon Society: "By bringing together the data, the analytical expertise and the combined voices of government and non-governmental organizations, this new U.S.
Statement of Betsy Loyless, Senior Vice President, National Audubon Society WASHINGTON, March 3 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- "Much needed change is becoming reality at the Interior Department. For years, the previous administration undermined science and stoked a culture of corruption at Interior.
Many birds in North America are moving further north and inland during the winter, providing further evidence of global warmingâ€™s affect on natural systems, the Audubon Society said Tuesday.
February 10 Media Teleconference Will Reveal Findings from Analysis of 40 Years of Movement State Specific Findings Available NEW YORK, Feb.
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Statement of Betsy Loyless, Senior Vice President, National Audubon Society WASHINGTON, Feb.
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