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 Name (required) Mail (required) (will not be published) You May also be interested in Wolf Weekly Wrap Up Reprieve for Wolves in Idaho’s Frank Church Wilderness; A New Rule Will Impede Recovering Mexican Gray Wolves; Confirmed: Wandering Wolf OR-7 Has Pups Help Wildlife Survive Winters in our National Forests In order to protect wildlife and balance the needs of recreational activities in our national forests, new rules for over-snow vehicles need to be implemented. What’s the Difference Between Montana and Romania? In order to help conserve and manage the wild bison population in the American West, Montana should join in the bison restoration efforts that are taking place in other states.