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Indianapolis-based Endangered Species Chocolate is a mission-driven company that is passionate about chocolate and the environment.
This also coincides with national Endangered Species Day (20 May 2011).
This is the biggest legal challenge against political interference in the history of the Endangered Species Act," says Kieran Suckling, policy director of the Center for Biological Diversity.
If the polar bear is listed under the Endangered Species Act, then the government will say that it is being forced to comply by reducing the "greenhouse-gas emissions" that are supposedly harming the bear's environment.
Unique wildlife experiences offered to guests include elephant-back safaris and the opportunity to interact with cheetahs and other species at the Endangered Species Centre.
Organizations such as Earthjustice sometimes go to court to stop construction projects if scientists believe that development will put an endangered species at risk.
I think what the Pombo bill does is refocusing attention to the core purpose of the Endangered Species Act, which is the protection of species,'' she said.
We just thought it fit the Endangered Species Act as well as some of the other species that have been listed," Gardner says.
Together, these species' stories document how the failure to implement the Endangered Species Act adequately and in a timely manner has allowed the extinction of many of these plants and animals.
The last page contains blank lines for students to map out their personal plans for helping endangered species.
Whenever federal biologists list a species under the Endangered Species Act (ESA), a host of rules goes into effect.
During the early days of the Endangered Species Act, I cared for five of these then-endangered falcons at Maryland's Aberdeen Proving Ground.

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