The Tragedy of Willful Ignorance

How does one feel outrage over the killing of dogs in Korea and China for food, the massacre of dolphins in Japan, the slaughter of elephants, lions, and rhinos in Africa, but accept the mistreatment and annual slaughter of billions of hogs, chickens, cows, sheep, and other animals in the United States? How does one […]

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THERE’S NEWS FROM THE ARCTIC & IT ISN’T GOOD

Welcome to Federal Policy Week. You can subscribe by entering your email address under the “Follow” label at the upper left section of the page. Thank you! IN THIS ISSUE: Bad Arctic Report. NOAA released the latest reportcard on the Arctic and the news isn’t good. Some lowlights include: Decreasing sea ice has lead to […]

WORTHWHILE WEBSITES: Where to Look for More Information on Pending Legislation

Welcome to Federal Policy Week, a blog that covers federal policy developments in conservation, natural resources, wildlife, and animal welfare.  To subscribe for Federal Policy Week enter your email address under the “Follow” label at the upper left section of the page. You will receive a verification email to confirm your subscription. Thank you! In […]

WHAT’S LEFT: PENDING ANIMAL & HABITAT RELATED LEGISLATION IN CONGRESS

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CONGRESSMAN WAXMAN: AN ENVIRONMENTAL LEADER RETIRES

Welcome to Federal Policy Week, a blog that covers activities impacting federal policy in the areas of conservation, energy, environment, animal welfare, and natural resources. For education policy issues, please visit my new blog Fed Ed Policy. To subscribe for Federal Policy Week enter your email address under the “Follow” label at the upper left section […]