Underreported: Bush’s Last-Minute Environmental Policy Changes

Thursday, November 20, 2008

The Bush administration is working to rush through some environmental policy changes before leaving power in January - including relaxing regulations protecting endangered species. John Kostyack is Executive Director of Wildlife Conservation and Global Warming at the National Wildlife Federation.


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Comments [4]

fred from priceton

Your guest is wrong in that a land owner can easily work around land that has endangered species case in point is Pennington NJ where land was bought by the local gov for a soccer field onlt to have it be deemed wetland and undevelopable

Nov. 20 2008 01:40 PM
hjs from 11211

japan is killing whales for cat food. barbarian

Nov. 20 2008 01:34 PM
Frank Campi from Rockaway, NJ

What is the impact of overfishing on global warming?

Nov. 20 2008 01:28 PM
Phoebe from NJ

If this is being pushed through by the Executive, and not Congress, how can our voice be heard in opposing such changes?

Nov. 20 2008 01:25 PM

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