USF&W publishes its polar bear plan
Says main priority for protecting bears is limiting greenhouse gas emissions; management of human interactions also to continue
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has published a draft polar bear conservation management plan, specifying what the agency sees as the threats to the bear population and the steps needed to prevent the future extinction of the species. The development of the plan comes as a legal requirement stemm....
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