Jim Hines of the Sierra Club has written us about three proposed regulatory changes that affect the Endangered Species Act. “These [three actions] and other soon-to-be-coming regulations rollbacks are nothing more than part of a full scale effort by the Trump Administration to eliminate the federal Endangered Species Act (ESA), an act which has worked just […]

via Thurs 9/13: The Endangered Species Act is endangered, in three acts. — INDIVISIBLE VENTURA

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This picture of a Sierra Nevada red fox was the first confirmed detection in Yosemite in nearly a century PHOTO BY NATIONAL PARK SERVICE “(T)hese bills go right at the key decision junctures in the act that protect species.” ~ Kieran Suckling, executive director of the Center for Biological Diversity The Trump administration, of course, values […]

via Patricia Randolph’s Madravenspeak: Trump and Republicans work to gut the Endangered Species Act — Wisconsin Wildlife Ethic-Vote Our Wildlife

Source: Earthjustice.org NEPA helps communities protect themselves from dangerous, rushed or poorly planned federal projects. It was instrumental in safeguarding the town of Arecibo, Puerto Rico against a proposed incinerator that would further compromise the air quality of a community already at-risk. Bedrock law, authored to solidify environmental and civil rights protections, currently facing revisions […]

via OVER 340 ORGANIZATIONS CALL ON TRUMP ADMINISTRATION TO ABANDON RUSHED REWRITE OF NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY ACT — Straight from the Horse’s Heart

Trump Administration Seeks to Roll Back Endangered Species Act JUL 20, 2018 The Trump administration on Thursday announced plans to roll back the Endangered Species Act, ordering federal agencies to consider economic impacts before listing animals as protected under the law. The newly proposed guidelines by the Interior Department would allow corporations involved in mining, […]

via Endangered Species Act is a wildly successful piece of legislation that has prevented 99% of the species it protects from going extinct–Now Trump Will Get Rid of It — Eslkevin’s Blog

EXPORT PERMITS OF GRIZZLY BEAR PARTS GRANTED BY CANADA- EWM

European Union hunters were granted export permits from British Columbia, Canada, even though the EU banned the importation of exotic bear parts in 2004.  The B.C. New Democratic Party government banned hunting of grizzlies last December, except for the right to hunt of First Nations people.

There are an estimated 15,000 grizzly bears in B.C., but in some areas of the province bear numbers have declined tremendously.

The hunt was previously re-instated in 2001, since then almost 2000 permits for the exportation of grizzly bear trophies have been issued by the B.C. and Federal Canadian Governments…

The Canadian territory of the Yukon issues permits for grizzly & black bears, lynx, otter and wolf!

Canadians in other parts of the country need to pressure their respective provincial and federal government representatives to ban ALL exporting of Canada’s forest wildlife! This would include American and European Union trophy hunters souvenirs and parts.

BLM permits the killing of Idaho wolves…

Source: The Teton Valley News “The BLM’s self-righteous propensity to play God over the native creatures of our public lands stretches far beyond the destruction of our wild horses and burros but all the way to the very predators that would naturally regulate the herds, IF they even needed to be regulated. Nature has been […]

via BLM Issues Deadly Permit for Wolf Derby — Straight from the Horse’s Heart