User: flenvcenter Topic: Biodiversity-National
Category: Specific Organisms :: Fish
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Umbra advises on tuna and mercury 6.4.2009 Ask Umbra

Which is safer for you and the planet: mature tuna, juveniles, or none at all?



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Our Opinion: Protect, don't meddle with, rare species 6.4.2009 Tucson Citizen
U.S. Rep. Raúl Grijalva is to be commended for requesting a federal probe into the death of Macho B - the last jaguar known to have lived within the United States.
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Fate of the jaguar in US agency's hands 6.4.2009 Boston Globe: Opinion
Interior Secretary Ken Salazar should uphold the spirit of our Endangered Species Act, and have the Fish and Wildlife Service undertake a jaguar conservation program.
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Mass. announces fishing openings for 2 reservoirs 4.4.2009 Boston Globe: Massachusetts
Shake off the winter blahs and grab a fishing rod. Some of the state's reservoirs are opening to anglers.
Feds launch criminal probe of jaguar death 4.4.2009 Tucson Citizen
The curious case of Macho B, the jaguar captured in southern Arizona, has quickly descended into finger pointing and official investigations.
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Some push for new talks on Columbia River treaty 4.4.2009 NFIC News Feed
By Becky Kramer Spokane, Washington (AP) 4-09 The buzz of an electric alarm clock, the sweet heat of the shower, steam rising from a coffee mug. All over the Northwest, people start their day with energy from Columbia River dams. From its headwaters in British Columbia to its outlet at the Pacific Read more... (http://indiancountrynews.net/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=6091&Itemid=110)
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N.M. Official Concerned About Proposed Power Plant 3.4.2009 Albuquerque Journal: State News
N.M. Official Concerned About Proposed Power Plant
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Federal Investigation Called for on Capture of Macho B, Euthanized Last American Jaguar 2.4.2009 ENN Network News - ENN
TUCSON, Ariz.— The Arizona Game and Fish Department Tuesday announced it is launching an investigation into the February 18, 2009, capture of Macho B, the now-deceased, last known jaguar in the United States. The Center for Biological Diversity opposes the state investigation on conflict-of-interest grounds and Wednesday called on the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service law-enforcement division to conduct the investigation.
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Court: Power plants can weigh cost in saving fish 2.4.2009 P-com Living Green
The U.S. Supreme Court issued a ruling yesterday that industry praised but that environmental advocates said may lead to the continued "slaughter" of fish in the Delaware River, who die when sucked into cooling water intakes.
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Gray Wolves No Longer On Endangered List, Except In Wyoming 2.4.2009 Green on HuffingtonPost.com
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service released a formal rule Wednesday to remove gray wolves from the federal endangered list in Montana...
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High court ruling aids power plants 2.4.2009 Boston Globe: Nation
WASHINGTON - The Supreme Court ruled yesterday that the government can weigh costs against benefits in deciding whether to order power plants to undertake environmental upgrades that would protect fish.
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Grijalva calls for federal investigation of jaguar's death 2.4.2009 Tucson Citizen
The same day that the Arizona Game & Fish Department launched an investigation into the capture of the last known wild jaguar in southern Arizona, U.S. Rep. Raúl M. Grijalva asked the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service to investigate the capture and later euthanization of Macho B.
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Supreme Court backs power plants over fish 2.4.2009 Seattle Times: Nation & World
The Supreme Court said Wednesday that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) may consider whether protecting fish and other aquatic creatures...
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Court sides with power plants over fish 2.4.2009 San Jose Mercury News: National News
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that the government can weigh costs against benefits in deciding whether to order power plants to undertake environmental upgrades that would protect fish.
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Feds file to delist gray wolves, except in Wyoming 2.4.2009 Chicago Tribune: Nation
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has filed a formal rule to remove gray wolves from the federal endangered list in Montana and Idaho while leaving them on the list in ...
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Feds propose delisting wolves, except in Wyoming 2.4.2009 AP Washington
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) -- The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service on Wednesday formally called for removing gray wolves from the endangered list in Montana and Idaho while maintaining federal protections in Wyoming, a decision that drew promises of lawsuits....
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Court sides with power plants over fish (AP) 1.4.2009 Yahoo: Politics
AP - The Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that the government can weigh costs against benefits in deciding whether to order power plants to undertake environmental upgrades that would protect fish.
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Supreme Court sides with power plants over fish 1.4.2009 Seattle Times: Nation & World
The Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that the government may consider cost in deciding whether to order power plants to undertake environmental upgrades that would protect fish.
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Judge orders feds to reconsider help for jaguar 1.4.2009 Arizona Daily Sun
TUCSON (AP) -- A judge on Tuesday ordered federal wildlife officials to reconsider how to help endangered jaguars survive, saying the decision to not protect habitat for them was based on bad criteria and inconsistent with the Endangered Species Act.
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Ruling: Feds must rethink reasons for not helping jaguars 1.4.2009 Tucson Citizen
A federal judge Tuesday ordered the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service to revisit its decisions not to designate habitat and create a recovery plan for jaguars in the United States.
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