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  • Profile: Bethany Cotton, Center for Biological Diversity

    Profile: Bethany Cotton, Center for Biological Diversity

    Bethany Cotton loves working for the environment, but misses life out West.

  • A Thirst for Growth

    In Sierra Vista, Ariz., a partnership of developers, environmentalists and government agencies is trying to keep the San Pedro River alive, while at the same time allowing for continued growth in this burgeoning Sunbelt city

  • Rancher wins big in libel suit against enviros

    Arizona rancher and investment banker Jim Chilton wins a $600,000 judgment for libel against The Center for Biological Diversity

  • Blades, birds and bats: Wind energy and wildlife not a cut-and-dried issue

    Wind farms are working to make their turbines less hazardous to birds and bats

  • Birds get a break from blades

    More than half the windmills on California’s Altamont Pass will shut down for two months this winter so migrating birds can pass safely through the area

  • Extreme Green

    Extreme Green

    Uncompromising environmental groups like the Center for Biological Diversity do more harm than good with their lawsuits, according to some critics.

  • Conservation agreements try to head off endangered species listings

    Conservation agreements try to head off endangered species listings

    Candidate conservation agreements try to keep rare species, like Colorado's Gunnison sage grouse, off the endangered species list, or at least healthy enough to lessen the restrictions that come with listing.

  • Even hard-liners want to experiment in Arizona

    Even hard-liners want to experiment in Arizona

    The Center for Biological Diversity and the Grand Canyon Trust are working with a French timber entrepreneur to restore Arizona's unhealthy forests.

  • Congress overrules the courts

    Even when environmentalists win in the courtroom, Congress can overturn the court’s interpretation of an existing law by passing a new one

  • Cougar hunt creates uproar

    Following a flurry of sightings and a much-publicized, ill-starred hunt for mountain lions in Sabino Canyon near Tucson, Arizonans push for changes in how the state manages its big cats

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