Annual Report 2011
The Center had an exciting 2011. We made a landmark agreement that will speed protection decisions for 757 struggling animals and plants — a watershed moment in Endangered Species Act history. Other major victories included pushing for a 20-year ban on new Grand Canyon uranium mining, winning 2.2 million acres of critical habitat, beating back an “extinction rider” in Congress that would have slashed the budget for species protection, defending polar bears' protected status and stopping the killing of Oregon wolves — and we won't stop there. We're looking forward to telling you about all our 2012 wins, too.
2008 (Insert to companion publication Center for
Biological Diversity: Twenty Years of Saving Species)
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