We’re broke but Obama plan aims to help wildlife adapt to climate change

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March 27, 2013

Hey, we’re broke! But this nonsense we can afford? Seriously?

The Obama administration Tuesday announced a nationwide plan to help wildlife adapt to threats from climate change.

Developed along with state and tribal authorities, the strategy seeks to preserve species as global warming alters their historical habitats and, in many cases, forces them to migrate across state and tribal borders.

Over the next five years, the plan establishes priorities for what will probably be a decades-long effort. One key proposal is to create wildlife “corridors” that would let animals and plants move to new habitats. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Director Daniel M. Ashe said such routes could be made through easements and could total “much more than 1 million acres.” The plan does not provide an estimate of the cost.

via Federal plan aims to help wildlife adapt to climate change – latimes.com.



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Comments:
  1. Fred Beloit says:

    Gee, this is swell. Perhaps they are a bit careless in their effort, however. I don’t see any help for fish, turtles, whales, sharks and other sea-going creatures and of course kelp and other ocean vegetation. They too need help to travel through cool coridors to save themselves from boiling salt water.

    This is a regrettable oversight, but it is very much to be expected because the planners who come up with these extremely interesting projects are a bunch of hysterical and blubbering axxhxxe libruls who have no idea whatever what they are talking about.

  2. Ragspierre says:

    Land is still power, and this is just a land grab in the name of the witch-doctor religion of the Collective.

    Another crime.