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Ending Obama EPA climate deception

Ending Obama EPA climate deception

  By Paul Driessen In December 2009, the Obama Environmental Protection Agency issued its Endangerment Finding (EF) – decreeing that carbon dioxide (CO2) and other “greenhouse gases” (GHGs) endanger the health and welfare of Americans. In the process, EPA ignored the incredible economic, health and welfare benefits of fossil fuels – and the fact that (even at […]

PLF suit prods Feds to Acknowledge Black-Capped Vireo’s Recovery as an Endangered Species

PLF suit prods Feds to Acknowledge Black-Capped Vireo’s Recovery as an Endangered Species

PLF launches campaign to save California wildlife from feds’ water cutoffs

PLF launches campaign to save California wildlife from feds’ water cutoffs

New public information outreach will highlight the ‘scandalous irony’ of how feds’ Delta smelt ‘protection’ scheme is harming other species “Stop Starving Farms and Wildlife” is the theme of a public information campaign that Pacific Legal Foundation launched today, to highlight how federally decreed water reductions in the San Joaquin Valley are victimizing federally protected […]

Channel Island Foxes Removed From Endangered Species List

Channel Island Foxes Removed From Endangered Species List

Channel Island foxes have made a spectacular comeback from being on the verge of extinction to the point where three subspecies of island fox was removed from the list of federally endangered species by the United States wildlife officials Thursday. Of the six subspecies of island fox — each named for the specific Channel Island […]

Santa Clara River Cleanup: Get the Lead (and trash and junk and other bad stuff) Out!

Santa Clara River Cleanup: Get the Lead (and trash and junk and other bad stuff) Out!

By Nina Danza, Sierra Club Hands on was the name of the game at the Santa Clara River Earth Day Clean Up! Sierra Club hosted volunteers on Saturday April 25at the Santa Clara River Gateway Puente land , an area of about 300 acres owned by The Nature Conservancy at Johnson Drive & Hwy 101. […]

Will Levees on the Santa Clara River Harm the Environment?

Will Levees on the Santa Clara River Harm the Environment?

by Nina Danza A levee project along the Santa Clara River is proposed by the County Watershed Protection District (Ventura County) to contain storm water for the sole purpose of reducing flood insurance requirements to neighborhoods in Oxnard. The levees would be built from about Hwy 101 for 2 miles downstream mostly on the south […]