Bush Administration

Great News: Endangered Species Act Restored!

The Endangered Species Act was returned to its old form today, when President Obama directed federal agencies to once again consult with independent scientists at the Fish and Wildlife Service …

Bush Administration Eviscerates Endangered Species Act Protections

The Bush administration today issued a final rule eliminating the Endangered Species Act requirement that federal agencies consult with independent scientists. “This action eviscerates key protections that have helped safeguard …

Black v. White? Supreme Court on Endangered Species and Clean Water

When I went in search of a news article about Monday’s Supreme Court ruling on National Association of Home Builders v. Defenders of Wildlife, I was dismayed to find the …

Endangered Species Act Rewrite Could Change Wildlife Protections

News broke recently that the federal government is considering a major rewrite of one of America’s most important conservation laws, the Endangered Species Act, with all indications pointing to a …

Administration Reinterprets ESA

Source: Tired of losing lawsuits brought by conservation groups, the Bush administration issued a new interpretation of the Endangered Species Act that would allow it to protect plants and animals …

Administration Could Weaken Eagle Plan

Check out NWF senior counsel John Kostyack on NPR this morning: “Bald Eagle May Leave Endangered List” by Elizabeth Shogren, National Public Radio Morning Edition, February 7, 2007 – The …

Will U.S. Run Amuck on Teshekpuk?

Even after all the troubles with the BP pipeline in Alaska this past month, the Bush administration is not slowing down its drill, drill, drill mentality when it comes to …

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