Bush Sporting Council Identifies Administration Policies as Highest Hunting Hurdles

Washington, DC — The iconic cartoonist Walt Kelly first penned “We Have Met the Enemy and He Is Us” for an Earth Day poster in 1970. In an ironic echo of these words from his puckish possum Pogo, a Bush-appointed sporting panel convened to promote hunting has identified an array


Federal Court Asked to Force Government to Release Records

Contact: Ceal Smith [Citizens for San Luis Valley Water Protection Coalition] (719) 256-5780;Travis Stills [Energy Minerals Law Center] (970) 375-9231; Jeff Ruch [PEER] 202-265-7337

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EPA Issues Landmark Decision

Decision Will Improve Human Safety and End Poisonings of Birds

(Washington, D.C. – July 24, 2008) The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has announced a proposed decision that residues of carbofuran, a toxic pesticide that is used on a variety of crops, will no longer be allowed

Ontario Proects Boreal Forest

Nobel Prize Winning Climate and Conservation Scientists Call Visionary Plan to Protect Vast Canadian Boreal Forest Unprecedented.

One of World’s Largest Conservation Commitments: Ontario to preserve one-half of its Boreal Forest, more than 55 million acres

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Major Victory for Fish and Wildlife

This great news just in from Tom France of the National Wildlife Federation. Way to go NWF!

Colleagues: As you know, Judge John Coughenour held last week that FSA had violated NEPA in approving the Critical Feed Use Program. Since then, we've gone back and forth with the government's lawyers