Behind the story: Why I care about a bony fish with oddly shaped fins Looting the Seas III project manager, Mort Rosenblum, talks about his experience reporting the story for ICIJ and BBC World News with a multi-country [...]
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service found that thewhitebark pine tree should be listed as threatened or endangered under the federal Endangered Species Act. Specifically, the Service concluded that the threats whitebark faces, including climate change, are of such a high magnitude and are so pressing that whitebark pine is in danger of extinction.
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