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The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service proposes to list the wolverine in the lower-48 states as a threatened species under the federal Endangered Species Act (ESA).
The Senate passed the Hurricane Sandy supplemental bill yesterday in a historic step towards addressing climate adaptation.
Jamie Rappaport Clark releases a statement on President Obama's 2013 inaugural address and his stand on climate change.
The Department of the Interior and the Arizona Bureau of Land Management jointly announced guidelines for renewable energy development in Arizona. The decision comes as part of the Arizona Restoration Design Energy Project (RDEP), an initiative which has sought to minimize the impact of renewable energy development in Arizona on wildlife and water resources.
Defenders of Wildlife President Jamie Rappaport Clark statement on Interior Secretary Ken Salazar's Departure
Today, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) published its final decision to end southern California’s “no-otter” zone.
Conservation groups today call on Governor-elect Pat McCrory and state legislators to provide a less-exposed, more reliable and permanent solution for Outer Banks residents and tourists that is not dependent on the repeatedly washed out and closed down Pea Island section of N.C. Highway 12. The groups say that the Governor-elect and legislature need to step in because NCDOT is mired in defending previous short-sighted, short-term plans instead of pursuing a long-term solution.
Conservation groups filed suit today challenging the federal government’s elimination of Endangered Species Act protections for Wyoming wolves.
President Obama's reelection is a major victory for the environment, but now we must turn our attention to pressing conservation challenges.
Interior Secretary Ken Salazar today released the government’s final policy directing solar energy development on public lands. The Record of Decision (ROD) for the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) solar program guides future solar development to zones where conflicts with wildlife, wild lands and important natural resources are minimized.