Endangered Earth, Fall 2013
As this Endangered Earth went to print, the Center was counting down the days till the Endangered Species Act's 40th anniversary on December 28 — and of course, we're still celebrating all the successes the Act has brought us in its first four decades, saving animals, plants and habitat alike. This newsletter — now with a striking color cover — reflects all of that and delivers much, much more.
In this issue: fun Endangered Species Act facts and figures, a sobering summary of the rare species in Keystone XL's dangerous path, a narrative on the United States' only freshwater seals, the latest news on white-nose syndrome's deadly spread, a report on oil companies caught fracking off the California coast... and many more stories that will keep you informed on the Center's most important recent work. Read it now.