Between over-fishing and habitat destruction (think acidification, coastal development, warming, coral destruction, dead zones from fertilizer runoff, etc.), the oceans may be on the brink of their own extinction catastrophe
The Sapotaweyak Cree Nations is blocking workers from clear-cutting trees for the Bipole III project, a new high voltage transmission Project, sending out a statement saying they are protecting their ancestral lands and traditional territory.
The main threat to this hummingbird is habitat destruction, caused by illegal wood-cutting and burning for agriculture. Other threats include illegal hunting and invasive plants, which crowd out native flowering plants that provide food.
Stanford needs to hear that you expect Stanford live up to its own sustainability principles and stop harming endangered steelhead and their habitat and fully comply with environmental laws. They're expected to make a decision in the next week.