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Obama to Name Green Dream Team

America’s Energy Future Wakes from Long Executive Branch Nightmare

Turn on the news at 5:00 pm Eastern today and you can watch history being made.

At a press conference in Chicago, President-elect Barack Obama will announce his nominees for his energy and environment team, and we

California Trout Stocking Ban

It’s easy to get outraged over this lawsuit and settlement if one doesn’t know the history and, especially, since the Pacific River Council and the Center for Biological Diversity shut down Paiute cutthroat trout restoration, having ignored peer-reviewed literature and, instead, swallowed

LAWSUIT TO BLOCK TRIBAL TAKEOVER OF NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE

Bison Range Deal Cedes “Inherently Federal” Functions and Bars Public Oversight

Washington, DC — A Bush administration deal giving operational control over the National Bison Range to a Montana tribe for the next three years is illegal, according to a federal lawsuit filed

Sea Bass (???) Fishery Thrives After Crash

Good piece, but newspapers should let city-bound, know-nothing editors write headlines for fish stories.

http://www.nytimes.com/2008/12/11/sports/othersports/11outdoors.html?_r=3&ref=othersports

Habitat For The Declining Cerulean Warbler And Other Wildlife Conserved In Ozarks

(Washington, D.C. – December 10, 2008) A coalition including American Bird Conservancy, the state of Missouri, The Nature Conservancy, and the Missouri Conservation Heritage Foundation has protected 80 acres containing important floodplain habitat in the watershed of the Current River, one of

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BLM Defers Utah Lands from Drilling Following TRCP Protest

100,000-plus acres withdrawn from energy lease sale in the wake of strenuous objections by sportsmen

WASHINGTON – A decision late Friday by the Bureau of Land Management to withdraw more than 100,000 acres of controversial energy leases from its Dec. 19 sale in Utah removes valuable fish