In his final days in office, Trump took another wrecking ball to the Endangered Species Act.
With the pandemic surging, he still found time to finalize rules making it harder to protect critical habitat for endangered species — and giving corporations more power over which wild places should be saved or plundered.
We'll be going to court to reverse these eleventh-hour attacks on the Act.
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Trump and anti-wildlife forces are making sure to appease their big-money friends before leaving Washington.
Habitat for grizzlies, whooping cranes and other species clinging to survival could be destroyed, penning these creatures into ever-smaller areas of forest and wetlands.
You can't save species — and you can't stop the extinction crisis — without protecting the lands and waters they live in.
Trump's lackeys are doing their best to sell out wildlife before leaving Washington.
They stripped protection from gray wolves across the lower 48.
They're jamming through lease sales for oil and gas development in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
And now one of their last acts is decimating the best law we have for saving animals and plants from extinction.
We're in court to restore the Act, stop the plunder of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, restore protection to gray wolves, and, in one of our final legal actions of 2020, secure habitat for endangered orcas.
We're fighting for life on Earth — and we need you now more than ever.
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