Apr 01 2011

Twitter Link Round-Up: Courts Rule on Endangered Species Act and Who Can Possess Eagle Feathers

Photo by Kelci Block

Afraid you missed something interesting in the world of environmental law?  Read on for a (non-comprehensive) list of articles posted on our Twitter feed @WMELSBlog.

– NYT: @nytimesgreen US Senators push agency officials on storage for spent nuclear fuel in wake of #Japan crisis http://bit.ly/dTaRqs

– HP: @HuffPostGreen GoDaddy CEO’s elephant slaughter video sparks outrage http://huff.to/fhDE8c (RT)

– Legal Planet: Ninth Circuit follows other circuits and rejects a commerce clause challenge of the ESA http://bit.ly/h8EJrG

– NYT: @nytimes The fight over Alaska’s resources, both animal and mineral, is heating up http://nyti.ms/eQOWwW

– NYT: @nytenvironment Dot Earth: Academy: U.S. Lulled on Need for Earthquake Resilience http://nyti.ms/fXlmlv (RT)

– NYT: @nytenvironment Federal court ruling: only American Indians can possess eagle feathers for religious purposes http://nyti.ms/hUJdUd

– Discovery: @Discovery_News Whale, Dolphin Deaths in Gulf #OilSpill Underestimated: http://ow.ly/4pSXa (RT)

– NPR: @nprscience Obama Aims To Reduce Foreign Oil Reliance http://n.pr/gFjb86 (RT)

– WaPo: @washingtonpost Plutonium found in soil at #Fukushima http://wapo.st/helF5z (RT)

– NYT: @nytimesgreen Of Nuclear Power, Risk and Meteorites http://bit.ly/i8ZbQn (RT)

– NYT: @nytimesscience Dot Earth: Culture, Risk and the Atom http://nyti.ms/hOocFZ (RT)

– TH: @TreeHugger A wildlife bridge is being built over the Ontario Highway. Check out pictures of the proposal here http://bit.ly/h4rkvs

– NYT: @dotearth India’s #tiger population rises a bit even though their population continues to grow http://nyti.ms/fvNXW9

– Atlantic: Pictures and an article about the melting of Mount #Everest which has lost roughly 320 vertical feet of ice http://bit.ly/gfEKsA

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