Noah Greenwald

Noah Greenwald is the endangered species program director for the Center for Biological Diversity, a national conservation group that advocates for endangered species and the wild places where they live.

Articles by this author

Thursday, April 25, 2019
Endangered Species Act Saves Vast Majority of Species Under Its Protection
The success of the Endangered Species Act is plain to the millions of Americans who have enjoyed seeing a bald eagle fly across the sky, heard the howl of wolves echo across the night or witnessed the splash of a breaching humpback whale. But this bedrock conservation law, the strongest of any...
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Diamond pack female wolf. Views
Friday, September 02, 2016
Taking A Stand For Washington's Wolves
It’s been a sickening week in the Pacific Northwest. "By the time you read this, the pack could be wiped out — 12 percent of the state’s fledgling wolf population in just a few days." Snipers, including gunners in helicopters, have snuffed out half of Washington state’s Profanity Peak wolf pack and...
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City of Lynchburg, Virginia. Views
Sunday, May 04, 2014
How Many More Fiery Rail Explosions Do We Need?
Wednesday's fiery train derailment in Lynchburg, Va., is yet another disturbing reminder of the dangers of increasing shipments of particularly explosive Bakken crude oil from North Dakota and western Canada. Shipments of the oil have ramped up dramatically in recent years and a series of...
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Thursday, December 05, 2013
Death of Yellowstone's Most Famous Wolf Is a Troubling Sign of Things to Come
The alpha female of Yellowstone's Lamar Canyon pack may have been the most famous wolf in the world. Endlessly photographed and admired by thousands of visitors to the national park, this matriarch of Yellowstone -- often known by her number, 832F -- made the cover of American Scientist and was discussed at length in the pages of the New York Times .
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