Endangered Earth
Fall 2016

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.

Our fall edition of Endangered Earth covers some great recent victories, such as monarchs moving closer to federal protection, a new international rule to help protect marine mammals from fishery bycatch, and the EPA finally acknowledging that airplane pollution harms the climate. It also showcases our groundbreaking report A Wild Success, which shows how birds worldwide have overwhelmingly benefited from the Endangered Species Act, and reports on crucial issues like Yellowstone grizzly bears' current peril, the deadly "synergystic" effects of certain toxic pesticides and the fight to save America's red wolves. Read more.