Wyoming Toads Rebound As Western States Are Looking For Endangered Species Act Reforms

Wyoming Toads Rebound As States Seek Endangered Species Act ReformsEnlarge this image toggle caption Cooper McKim/Wyoming Public Radio Cooper McKim/Wyoming Public RadioThe Endangered Species Act is facing a growing number of calls for significant reform.
Modernize when it comes from the likes of Matt Mead … is a euphemism for: gut protections for endangered species,” says Noah Greenwald, the endangered species director at the Center for Biological Diversity.
The Endangered Species Act is credited with keeping 99 percent of listed species from crossing over into extinction.
He’s leading an effort among western governors to review the Endangered Species Act.
And he says, the Endangered Species Act is meant to be a last line of defense.

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