This video from the USA says about itself:
Bush At War With Environment – Richard Nixon’s EPA Head.
Wildlife groups see end of Bush abuse
Fri Nov 14, 2008
By Deborah Zabarenko, Environment Correspondent
WASHINGTON – U.S. conservation groups on Thursday hailed the imminent end of “environmental abuse and neglect” by the Bush administration and promised to work with President-elect Barack Obama to reverse this course.
Daulton noted that President George W. Bush last summer withdrew an executive ban on offshore drilling, which he said eroded protections for U.S. beaches and coastal economies.
Obama’s election last week “defeated candidates who focused on a drill-everywhere policy and the inauguration will sweep two oilmen from the White House,” Daulton said in a telephone briefing with other conservation leaders.
“Eight dismal years of environmental abuse and neglect are now coming to an end,” said Betsy Loyless, Audubon’s senior vice president. …
Another high priority, said John Kostyack of the National Wildlife Federation, is to undo the Bush administration’s erosion of protections under the Endangered Species Act.
The Bush team has had “overt hostility” to this law, Kostyack said, so a first step for the new administration and Congress should be to restore the legal protections for wildlife under threat.
Kostyack also noted a welter of last-minute regulations on the environment meant to extend Bush administration policies after Obama takes office. These should be reversed, he said.
Governor Sarah Palin persecuting endangered beluga whales in Alaska: here.
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