A recent court decision will help reduce the terrible toll that power plants' toxic pollution takes on peoples' lives and health. Read.
Massive old-growth logging in the Tongass forces Endangered Species Act review for the Alexander Archipelago wolf. Read.
Flame retardants from furniture migrate into indoor air and have been linked to adverse health effects, including reduced IQs in children. Read.
The Endangered Species Act at 40
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