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Trump administration ends protections for iconic gray wolf
US President Donald Trump's administration removed endangered species protections for the gray wolf, paving the way for the iconic predator to be more widely hunted.
Loss of EU protections could imperil UK hedgehogs, report says
Britain’s hedgehogs could be at greater risk after Brexit because hedges may no longer be protected by agriculture regulations, a report says.
Trump administration rejects new protections for iconic Alaska tree
An iconic Alaska tree that is dying off from rising forest temperatures and diminished winter snowpack was deemed ineligible by US wildlife officials for special protection under the US Endangered Species Act.
Trump administration rolls back clean water protections
The US government unveiled a plan to roll back clean water rules protecting the nation's waterways and wetlands, fulfilling a pledge from President Donald Trump to farmers and supporters who view environmental regulations as too strict.
Landmark US environmental protections being rolled back
One after another, landmark US protections for climate, air and land are in the crosshairs of the Trump administration as his agency leaders move past early fumbles and scandals to start delivering on a succession of promised environmental rollbacks.
Trump's pick for EPA already rolling back climate change protections
Andrew Wheeler, the former coal lobbyist who is now acting administrator of the US Environmental Protection Agency, was a ‘driving force’ behind the agenda of Sen. James Inhofe, who called climate change a ‘hoax’, according to people familiar with Wheeler's work for the senator.
Britain risks losing green protections after Brexit
Greener UK believes that there may be a ‘lack of willpower to ensure high standards across the UK.’
US courts to seek sexual harassment protections
Chief Justice John Roberts unveiled a plan Sunday to help shield US court employees from sexual harassment, acknowledging the judicial branch is "not immune" after a powerful appellate judge retired over misconduct allegations.
UN Security Council urges more protection for children in conflicts
Deeply concerned about the abuse of children in war zones, the United Nation Security Council — in a debate in New York which included Secretary-General António Guterres and his special envoy on the issue — urged countries and non-State actors to allow children access to education and healthcare during and post-conflicts.
ٍEndangered bat species denied US habitat protections
US wildlife officials have decided against setting aside protected habitat for the cave dwellings of an imperiled species of bats, saying that doing so might draw the attention of vandals who would do harm to the lairs of the winged mammals.

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