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August 18, 2015 | Feature

Latinos And The Environment

A recent poll shows that registered Latino voters have a strong commitment to conservation, the environment and a genuine interest in how climate change impacts their families and communities.

August 18, 2015 | Blog Post

Wolfdog Rescue Brings a Misunderstood Breed Out of the Shadows

His name was Ahote (American Hopi for “the restless one”).  He was a mix of eastern timber and Arctic wolf. Although he was bottle fed as a puppy and quite comfortable around humans, his wolfy nature showed itself at around a year of age when he became more aware of his surroundings and suspicious of strangers.  His pack included three others—Takoda, Sierra and Bandit. The four lived alongside other packs at Howling Woods Farm in the New Jersey Pinelands, 70 miles outside of New York City as the crow flies.

August 17, 2015 | Blog Post

Court Lays a Smackdown on the EPA for Its Pesticide Inaction

When a court opinion starts off with a sentence like this, you know it is going to be a good read:

“Although filibustering may be a venerable tradition in the United States Senate, it is frowned upon in administrative agencies tasked with protecting human health.”

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