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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,, 406.414.7227 Judy Calman, New Mexico Wilderness Alliance,, 505.615.5020 Tucson, AZ — Late yesterday, a federal judge threw out the Department of Justice’s flawed ‘McKittrick […]

Boliva’s government pushes to expand agricultural lands at the expense of the nation’s environment

In April 2015, small-scale Bolivian farmers who painstakingly work the land as their ancestors did – clearing small plots, planting and waiting for rain – gathered for a summit with stakeholders from a very different part of the agricultural sector: commercial farmers who oversee vast farms and watch international exchange markets just as closely as […]

The World’s Number Two Emergency


The Nobel-winning medication Ivermectin is causing an unexpected shitstorm. by Richard Conniff MOTHER JONES  July/August 2016 To the extent that we think about them at all, people tend to regard dung beetles as entertainment, rolling, tumbling, even somersaulting over massive balls of elephant poop. But the 5,000 or so species at work on every continent except […]

Assembly of First Nations Petitions Obama to Listen to Tribes & Intervene to Stop Grizzly Delisting & Trophy Hunting

BY NATIVE NEWS ONLINE STAFF / CURRENTS / 23 NOV 2015 Published November 23, 2015 OTTAWA—The Assembly of First Nations (AFN) National Chief, Perry Bellegarde, has petitioned President Barack Obama to “reconsider the decision to delist the grizzly bear from the Endangered Species Act (ESA) and to permit States to profit from trophy hunts of this sacred being.” The AFN […]