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Articles by Ted Williams
How Congress Can Protect Seabirds With One Simple Act
April 21, 2016
— By signing ACAP, the United States would save seabirds from bad fishing practices.
Stop Cheating Our Wildlife
June 26, 2015
— It’s time for Congress to fully fund and permanently authorize the Land and Water Conservation Fund.
Pulling the Plug on an Energy Project in New England
May 12, 2014
— A habitat-destroying transmission line hits a wall in New Hampshire.
Green Energy: Can We Save the Planet and Save Birds?
March 8, 2014
— Wildlife-smart wind power may be as close as it gets to "green energy." But over vast swaths of America, the "smart" part is still more hot air than reality--especially when it comes to raptors.
Big Win for Arctic Wildlife
January 27, 2014
— U.S. court rejects offshore oil leases in Arctic waters.
Northern Great Plains Grassland and Wetland Habitat Falls to the Plow
January 21, 2014
— Vital prairie pothole habitat is disappearing. Reformed farm- and ethanol-subsidy programs—and economic incentives—are needed to leave these crucial lands alone.
Shell Shows It Can’t Ensure Safe Offshore Oil Operations in the Arctic
December 6, 2013
— When it came time to prove it could safely handle an offshore spill in Alaska, the oil company flunked its own test.
Help End the Bluefin Blues
November 7, 2013
— Proposed fishing regulations could help this threatened tuna, but advocates say they’re not enough.
Longline Fishing's Unintended Victims: Billfish, Sharks, and Tuna
September 27, 2013
— What's good for protecting some species from longlines can lead to disaster for others.
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