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Endangered Species Federally Protected Once More

U.S. District Judge Jon S. Tigar is the intended recipient.

Encourage the protection of species that are fragile, threatened, or endangered, as well as the cessation of the outrageous alterations made to the Endangered Species Act during the Trump administration.

The Endangered Species Act (ESA) is absolutely necessary for the protection of endangered species and the maintenance of the natural diversity that exists within the United States.

This legislation fosters the recovery of endangered species by forbidding the hurting or killing of endangered species, limiting the import, export, and sale of endangered animals, and mandating the designation of essential habitats as a requirement.

Endangered Species Legislation protections for endangered species were diminished in 2019 as a result of a series of rollbacks that the Trump administration implemented, despite the significance of the act. These rollbacks were completely unneeded.

These changes included making it less difficult to delist species so that they would no longer be protected by the ESA, permitting economic factors to be taken into consideration when deciding whether or not a species “deserves” to be saved, and making it more challenging to designate areas as “critical habitat.”


A federal judge in California recently reversed several of the changes made to the Endangered Species Act (ESA) during the Trump administration.

As a result, many of the protections that were formerly accorded to endangered species by the ESA have been reinstated.

In these earlier petitions on ForceChange, individuals demanded that the regulation that restricts endangered animals to contaminated environments be overturned, as well as a halt to the hunting of endangered wolves and other species within wildlife refuges.

As a result of this new piece of law, essential habitats are now much simpler to access, and the legal protections afforded to hundreds of different species, including the grey wolf, have been reinstated.

By reinstating previous ESA protections and recognizing the significance of preserving endangered species, District Judge Jon S. Tigar has earned our gratitude. Please consider signing this petition to show your appreciation.

Dear Judge Tigar,

Since its inception in 1973 as a piece of legislation, the Endangered Species Act has served as a source of protection for endangered species.

On the other hand, in 2019, the administration of Donald Trump enacted a series of amendments to this wholly unneeded legislation, and they did so primarily to preserve corporate industries.

As a result of these developments, it became less difficult to delist species and more difficult to designate vital regions, which resulted in the removal of a significant number of the safeguards that had previously been offered to particular animals and plants.

When it came to deciding whether or not to include a species on the endangered species list, the administration advocated, among other things, putting economic considerations ahead of scientific research.

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To our good fortune, these alterations did not persist for very long. The members of the ForceChange community would like to extend their gratitude to you, Mr Tigar, for your efforts to preserve endangered animal and plant life across the United States.

You will be able to prevent the extinction of thousands of species and the ecosystems that they contribute to if you restore the protections that the ESA had in the past removed.

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