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GLOBAL WARMING:

Pipeline Peril: Tar Sands Expansions and the Threat to Wildlife in the Great Lakes Region

The health and future of the Great Lakes region, which provides drinking water to millions of people, is at grave risk from tar sands oil pipeline expansions. The report explains the incredibly high risk and direct threat involved for wildlife and people of the Great Lakes region if pipeline expansions continue.

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WILDLIFE CONSERVATION:

Restoring the Gulf of Mexico for People and Wildlife: Recommended Projects and Priorities

The report takes a broad look at restoration efforts that would benefit all five Gulf Coast states. The recommendations emphasize restoring the places where rivers flow into the Gulf of Mexico, such as the Mississippi River Delta, which are important nursery grounds for many species of marine life.

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CONNECTING KIDS WITH NATURE:

Nature Play & Learning Places

The guidelines, funded by the U.S. Forest Service and in partnership with the Natural Learning Initiative, are for those who create, manage or promote, the development of nature in everyday environments of children, youth and families, especially in urban and suburban communities.

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