WH to eject environmental advisers from longtime HQ
The White House on Friday will move its Council on Environmental Quality out of its main headquarters at 722 Jackson Place, a red brick townhouse it has occupied since it was established nearly half a century ago.
Opponents, backers of N.C. trawling rules weigh in
“The people who created this petition, they don’t understand the history of the (shrimp trawl bycatch) issue,” said Jerry Schill, NCFA executive director.
Fishermen at odds over Trump executive order
Groups that represent both commercial and recreational fishermen are divided over whether Trump's "one in, two out" approach to federal regulations will benefit their industry, harm it or not affect it at all.
New Rules Could Be Coming to Maine Shrimp Fishery
The Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission has been considering new ways to manage Northern shrimp, which have declined as waters have warmed. The fishery is currently shut down.
NOAA Declines to List Thorny Skate as Endangered
"In response to a petition from Defenders of Wildlife and Animal Welfare Institute to list thorny skate under the Endangered Species Act, we have now determined that listing is not warranted at this time."