05 November 2012 The Cost of Climate Silence Posted by: Jamie Rappaport Clark | Leave a comment | Share: Jamie Rappaport Clark, President and CEO The pictures coming out of New York and New Jersey are heartbreaking, to say the least. Hurricane Sandy shows us how deadly, dangerous and costly climate silence can be for our communities, our wildlife and the species places we all love. Check out my latest op-ed in the Huffington Post to read more about this issue: http://dfnd.us/YvqcSs Aerial photo of Mantoloking, New Jersey after Hurricane Sandy. (Photo credit: Greg Thompson/USFWS) Post Your Comment Click here to cancel reply. Name (required) Mail (required) (will not be published) You May also be interested in Wolf Weekly Wrap-Up Turning up the Heat Against Idaho’s Predator Derby; Red Wolf Recovery Program Reviewed; Wolf Champion in Congress Takes On New Leadership Role Chasing eyeshine Every fall on the prairie, black-footed ferret chasers take to the field to study these nocturnal creatures. Small Refuge, Big Impact: Wildlife Conservation on the Rio Mora National Wildlife Refuge Thanks to continued efforts to restore bison in the American West, a herd of bison can call the Rio Mora National Wildlife Refuge home.