Center for Biological Diversity

Federal Officials Urged to End States’ Wildlife Management Funding in Response to Extreme Wolf-Killing Programs

by Center for Biological Diversity | September 27, 2021
“State game agencies could lose a substantial portion of their budgets for eradicating their wolf populations under a proposal put forward by the Global Indigenous Council, Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER), the Center for Biological Diversity and a coalition ...

Lawsuit Challenges Trump EPA’s Approval of Radioactive Roads

by Center for Biological Diversity | December 18, 2020
“Environmental, public health and union groups sued the Environmental Protection Agency today for approving the use of radioactive phosphogypsum in roads. The groups also petitioned the agency to reconsider its Oct. 20 approval. Today’s lawsuit was filed on behalf of Center for ...

Nevada Urged to Protect Rare Wildflower As Mine Permitting Ramps Up

“Ten conservation groups and a renowned botanist urged the Nevada Department of Conservation and Natural Resources today to immediately review whether the imperiled Tiehm’s buckwheat wildflower should be protected under state law. The department agreed to protect it more than six ...