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The Latest On: Biodiversity

January 31, 2022 | In the News: WOSU

Columbus Zoo takes in four manatees from Florida, a species on the brink

Elizabeth Forsyth, Attorney, Biodiversity Program, Earthjustice: “EPA is the federal agency that at the end of the day is responsible for ensuring that our nation waters are clean and that species like the Florida manatee are protected and can thrive, and at the end of the day, it's EPA who needs to come in and figure out how to solve the pollution problems that are plaguing the ecosystem here.”

January 18, 2022 | Letter

Comments on Horseshoe Crab Framework Revision

A coalition of conservation groups has warned regional fishery managers that a proposed change to the rules governing horseshoe crab removal in Delaware Bay threatens the red knot, a declining migratory shorebird whose numbers along the bay reached a record low last spring.


January 5, 2022 | Legal Document

Amicus Veracruz 220103 publicación

Amicus Curiae en relación con el Amparo en Revisión 54/2021, en la Primera Sala de la Suprema Corte de Justicia de la Nación