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View Resource Federal Wildlife and Related Laws Handbook

Statute summaries, Chapter 4 of the Federal Wildlife and Related Laws Handbook.

http://wildlifelaw.unm.edu/fedbook/index_statute.htm
View Resource Defenders of Wildlife: Internships

Intership opportunities with the organization that is concerned with protection of native wild animals, plants and their natural habitats. Opportunities in habitat conservation, species conservation...

http://www.defenders.org/about_us/jobs/internships.php
View Resource “Life By The Drop: Africa and the Global Water Challenge.”

A four-part series of articles on climate change and population growth effects on the quantity and quality of water in Kenya.

http://www.eenews.net/special_reports/kenya/
View Resource Board on Agriculture and Natural Resources (BANR)

The Board on Agriculture and Natural Resources (BANR) is the major program unit of the National Research Council responsible for organizing and overseeing studies on agriculture, forestry, fisheries,...

http://dels.nas.edu/banr
View Resource Bats and Wind Energy Cooperative

As concerns about climate change and increasing costs and long-term environmental impacts from the use of fossil fuels have heightened, wind has become an increasingly important sector of the energy...

http://www.batsandwind.org/
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