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the act of someone who picks up or takes something

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The Endangered Species Act has been extraordinarily successful at preventing the extinction of our nation's precious wildlife.
Schuler says that the federal actions also made an assessment of risks to protected species that appears to violate the Endangered Species Act.
In South Carolina's Francis Marion National Forest, resource managers are burning the woods under a stipulation of the Endangered Species Act, which requires that the U.
By issuing a report which adds this good-for-nothing creature to its endangered species list but sidesteps whether its numbers have truly declined, and usurping the role of the Army Corps of Engineers, state and local agencies (who have authority over the wetlands), the Fish & Wildlife Service makes the Endangered Species Act into a travesty that merely lends fuel to efforts to dismantle the Act in its entirety.
are not protected under the Endangered Species Act," says WildEarth Guardians' Nicole Rosmarino.
The House approved the Threatened and Endangered Species Act (H.
23 /PRNewswire/ -- A circuit court ruled Monday that the Bush administration and the Environmental Protection Agency violated the Endangered Species Act in 2002 when they granted the State of Arizona the right to issue pollutant discharge permits under the Clean Water Act without first ensuring that its action would not harm endangered animals.
We're going to argue how Fish and Wildlfe and the BLM have failed to comply with the Endangered Species Act to protect endangered species in the Soledad Canyon area and (that they have committed) various violations of the (Act),'' said Geralyn Skapik, an attorney for Burke, Williams and Sorensen LLP.
None of this deterred Alan Gardner, a commissioner in Utah's Washington County and vociferous critic of the 1973 Endangered Species Act, from filing an application to get the species listed under the act last December.
The Center is responsible for petitions and lawsuits to list 119 plants and animals under the federal Endangered Species Act (ESA), and for winning habitat protection on more than 37 million acres on land and nearly 4,500 miles along and within waterways.
Short-tailed albatrosses are so rare that if the entire fishing fleet in the Bering Sea and the Gulf of Alaska catches as few as two on long-line hooks in 2 years, the Endangered Species Act will kick in and require more protection for the birds.
The Building Owners and Manager Association (BOMA) International, a leading advocacy group for the commercial real estate industry, announced that four issues of major concern to building owners and property managers have been added to its already full 1997 agenda: re-authorization of the Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act (ISTEA); reform of the Endangered Species Act (ESA); brownfields revitalization; and Superfund re-authorization and reform.
The threats beaten back over the past year include insidious back-door attacks through regulatory reform and budget legislation, and sweeping proposals to directly roll back landmark environmental laws, including the Clean Water Act, the Endangered Species Act, the Superfund Law, and the Clean Air Act.
Since the Endangered Species Act was passed in 1973, four trees in the continental U.
Join the debate as Congress decides whether to make major changes in the Endangered Species Act.
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