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Endangered Earth
Summer 2014

Endangered Earth is the membership newsletter of the Center for Biological Diversity, published three times a year in January, July and November. To subscribe to the print edition, become a member of the Center today.


Endangered Earth, Summer 2014

In this issue you'll find info on lots of predator action, including the Center's petition to greatly expand grizzly bear recovery across the West; the finalization of 764,207 acres of critical habitat for jaguars; our petition against “Wildlife Services,” an agency that actually indiscriminate kills wolves, coyotes and mountain lions; wolves winning state protection in California; and even how eating sustainably can help rare predators survive and thrive in the wild. And of course we cover other hot topics, from energy issues like fracking, Keystone XL and crude-oil rail transport to water conservation – in this issue, you can read about our Urban Wildlands program’s landmark defeat of the water-supply-privatizing Kern Water Bank in California.

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