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Endangered Earth
Fall 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, Fall 2014

In this issue you'll find a big story about a big win for loggerhead sea turtles: "the largest critical habitat designation ever," 685 miles of beaches and more than 300,000 square miles of ocean for Northwest Atlantic loggerheads. Regarding creatures of the land, read about how wolverines got the shaft — a denial of listing despite our 757 species agreement — and how the Center plans to challenge that. Also dive into one of the most talked-about stories of the season: our petition to protect monarch butterflies, an iconic species whose population has taken a dive by 90 percent over the past two decades, and which our children may never see if we don't take action soon. Finally, among numerous other news bits to chew on, read about the Center's People's Climate Train, and our role in the People's Climate March, the biggest climate rally in U.S. history — plus the splash we made the next day (and week) after Frostpaw the Polar Bear was arrested for peaceful protest at the Flood Wall Street march.

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