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They can’t get away with murder anymore!

Court Throws Out Feds’ Misguided Policy Limiting Prosecution of Killers of Endangered Wildlife  Flawed ‘McKittrick’ Policy Ruled Unlawful  For immediate release June 22, 2017 Contacts: Bethany Cotton, WildEarth Guardians, bcotton@wildearthguardians.org, 406.414.7227 Judy Calman, New Mexico Wilderness Alliance, judy@nmwild.org, 505.615.5020 Tucson, AZ — Late yesterday, a federal judge threw out the Department of Justice’s flawed ‘McKittrick […]

Bialowieza Forest on brink of collapse

THE GUARDIAN by Christian Davies in Bialowieza@crsdavies Tuesday 23 May 2017 10.11 EDT ‘My worst nightmares are coming true’: last major primeval forest in Europe on ‘brink of collapse’ Polish government is accused of pushing Bialowieza forest ecosystem to point of no return with state-sanctioned logging in Unesco world heritage site Scientists and environmental campaigners […]

President of Chile, Tompkins Conservation Sign Historic Pledge to Create 11 Million Acres of New National Parks

Pledge includes the largest land donation in history from a private entity to a country PUMALÍN PARK, CHILE (March 15, 2017) – Chilean President Michelle Bachelet and Kristine McDivitt Tompkins, leader of Tompkins Conservation, today signed a pledge to dramatically expand national parkland in Chile by approximately 11 million acres. The proposal includes the largest land […]

Lawsuit Filed to Protect Wolves, Lynx From PolyMet Copper Mine in Minnesota

See the Center for Biological Diversity’s release online For Immediate Release, March 28, 2017 Contact: Marc Fink, (218) 464-0539, mfink@biologicaldiversity.org Lori Andresen, (218) 340-2451, andres01@charter.net DULUTH, Minn.— The Center for Biological Diversity, Earthworks and Save Our Sky Blue Waters today filed suit against the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and U.S. Forest Service under the Endangered Species Act […]