“The Ohio Senate proposed Senate Bill 210, which would prohibit local government from regulating disposable containers. So, there you have it, there was an effort to reduce the plastic bags, but they moved forward on a state level, to prevent local governments from regulating disposable containers.”
Arctic Refuge Sign on Letter - Final copy and Update by Monica Scherer, Director of Outreach, Alaska Wild
More than 700,000 individuals sent comments to BLM in favor of protection for the Arctic Refuge. In addition to the letter signed by your organization and 130 others, letters calling for protection of the Arctic Refuge were also submitted by scholars, outdoor industries, athletes, and faith organizations.
A prominent concern is the issue of free roaming domestic cats (feral and pet animals). A great deal of research has been done and continues to be done on cat and bird interactions with birds and other wildlife not faring well.
Protecting shorebirds and their habitat from ecological and waterway disruption is critical to ensuring resident bird populations and the usefulness of global migration pathways.
Publishing news and information pertaining to policy issues affecting birds and habitat conservation.
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