All Articles on Endangered Species Act

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'Years of Work Down the Drain' as Trump Endangers Wildlife and Communities by Gutting Successful Conservation Program
"Another disheartening and short-sighted step for this administration."
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Gray wolf News
Issuing 'Death Sentence' to Gray Wolves, Trump Admin Moves to Gut Federal Protections
"By removing protections across the country, the Trump Administration is essentially abandoning all efforts to restore this iconic American species to millions of acres of wild habitat."
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Trump’s Wall an Ugly Scar Across Hot Zone of Biological Diversity
"Because Trump's border wall exists in his fevered imagination he cannot imagine that it has an impact on real, living beings. But the impact is profound, and deeply damaging."
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Arctic Refuge Protectors: An Open Letter from Teachers and Scholars
Fossil fuel development in the Coastal Plain would devastate an Arctic nursery of global significance. It would violate human rights, jeopardize food security, and threaten the health and safety of Indigenous communities. It would contribute to the escalating crises of climate change and biological...
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“The Trump administration over its first two years has shown a pervasive pattern of sidelining science in critical decisionmaking, compromising our nation’s ability to meet current and future public health and environmental challenges.” (Photo: Jonathan Ernst/Reuters) Views
“Tell Me Donald. Exactly How Much Is a Human Life Being Sold For?”
The numbers do not lie: Trump is killing his voters.
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How The Iconic 1968 Earthrise Photo Changed Our Relationship To The Planet
"At least on a human timescale, we’ll never have a planet as intact and full of life as that one we glimpsed from space. Our trajectory is definitely downward. But there was so, so much beauty there, and there’s still so much left ― for now."
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U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke attends a cabinet meeting with U.S. President Donald Trump in the Cabinet Room at the White House October 17, 2018 in Washington, D.C. News
'Unacceptable': Groups Urge National Archives to Reject Zinke's Request to Destroy Federal Documents Related to Drilling, Mining, Timber, and Species Protections
"Zinke is trying yet again to pull wool over the eyes of the American people by keeping the public in the dark while his department wages attacks on public lands and wildlife."
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Deputy secretary of the Interior, David Bernhardt News
As Rumors Mount Zinke's Days Are Numbered, Warnings About 'Man Behind the Curtain' Who Could Take Over Interior
Deputy Secretary David Bernhardt is an ex-lobbyist with "so many potential conflicts of interest he has to carry a small card listing them all."
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gray wolf News
'Final, Pathetic Stab' at Cherished Endangered Species as House GOP Votes to Strip Protections From Gray Wolves
Passage of the bill exemplifies "longstanding cruelty and contempt for our nation's wildlife."
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east island News
Hawaiian Island Swallowed Up By Rising Seas After Hurricane Walaka Reveals 'What the Future Could Look Like'
"The take-home message is climate change is real and it's happening now."
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