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Dec 3 2011 | Center News
We are pleased to announce the launch of Reporting in Indigenous Communities— an exciting new online journalism education resource for journalists who cover indigenous communities in Canada, the United States, and around the world.
Ex-Wildlife chief says lax regulations threaten bird life; Navajo leaders respond to serious coronavirus outbreak; world’s largest dam removal project moves forward; wildlife reclaims Yosemite; and more environmental news from around the West.around the West.
The Western drought worsens, and water managers begin to imagine new ways of managing a scarce resource; the unusual coalitions that are blocking new West Coast ports; one-third of spotted owl habitat abruptly excluded from protection; rural Coloradans work to limit light pollution, and other environmental news from around the West.
The hurdles facing the new Biden Administration as it seeks to reverse the actions their predecessors; new research flags hotspots of migratory bird activity in the West; municipalities and lumber companies clash over responsibility for safe drinking water in Oregon; a virologist discusses the COVID-19 outbreak among Utah’s minks; and other environmental reads from across the American West.
Gray wolves to be removed from endangered species list; U.S. and Mexico sign water agreement; Nevada votes for renewable energy; courts skeptical of Dakota Access Pipeline; Department of Homeland Security spends millions on Arizona border wall, and other environmental reads from around the West.
A Los Angeles water company stops providing free water to ranchers; evictions for BIPOC communities in Bozeman; investigating vitamin deficiencies in west coast salmon; a multi-billion-dollar dam-removal proposal in Idaho; California tribes sue to include condors as cultural resources; and other environmental reads from across the American West.


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