To avert the worst climate change impacts, old forests and their massive carbon reserves must be protected.
A decade of conservation efforts has done little to stop the decline of the endangered ungulates or their rainforest home.
Environmental DNA surveys found higher diversity of clams and mud-dwelling species in populated Puget Sound.
Some see the changes as reform of a troubled program, and others as an example of bureaucratic overreach.
Environmental regulations and endangered species protections are not at fault for Western logging’s decline.