Petco Goes PublicPETA Snatches Up Stock

San Diego, Jan. 14 -- When sales of Petco stock opened today, PETA was one of the first buyers, snatching up enough of it to be able to attend annual meetings again, submit shareholder resolutions, an... Read More

New from ACRL - Approaches to Liaison Librarianship: Innovations in Organization and Engagement

CHICAGO, Jan. 13 -- The Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) announces the publication of " Approaches to Liaison Librarianship: Innovations in Organization and Engagement," edited by ... Read More

Amplifier and J. Paul Getty Museum Announce Student Winners of In Pursuit of ___ Open Call for Photography

LOS ANGELES, Jan. 12 -- The nonprofit design lab Amplifier and the J. Paul Getty Museum are pleased to announce the winners of In Pursuit of __", a joint open call for photography from students ages 1... Read More

CARE International responds to US Secretary of State Pompeos decision to designate Houthis as a foreign terrorist organization.

Washington, Jan. 11 -- In response to Secretary of State Pompeo's announcement of a terrorist designation in Yemen, CARE is extremely concerned that a group terrorist designation of the de facto autho... Read More

Clean Water Advocates Sue to Stop Political Pressure to Bail Out Fracked Gas Pipeline

WASHINGTON, Jan. 10 -- Today, community and clean water advocates sued to reverse a U.S. Forest Service decision rushed through behind undue political pressure from the lame duck Trump administration.... Read More

Agents Cite Two Men for Migratory Game Bird Hunting Violations

Washington, Jan. 9 -- Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries enforcement agents cited two men for alleged migratory game bird violations on Jan. 9 in St. Martin Parish. Agents cited JeanPaul ... Read More

EPAs Gift to Polluters will Fuel Climate Crisis and Harm Health

WASHINGTON, Jan. 8 -- In the last days of the Trump administration, the Environmental Protection Agency is expected to issue a rule today seeking to exempt some of the nation's biggest polluters-inclu... Read More

Nature Conservancy Land Sale to U.S. Forest Service Preserves Public Access

Washington, Jan. 7 -- More forests and public access are secure thanks to The Nature Conservancy's sale of 12,039 acres of former industrial timber land to the U.S. Forest Service. The land, part of a... Read More

Trumps Arctic Lease Sale Puts Climate, Wildlife, and Indigenous Rights at Risk

Washington, Jan. 6 -- Today, just two weeks before leaving office, the Trump administration held the first-ever lease sale to sell off the delicate coastal plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge... Read More

ALA awards community engagement grants to 200 small/rural libraries; invites applications for 450 additional grants

CHICAGO, Jan. 5 -- The American Library Association (ALA) today announced the first 200 recipients of its Libraries Transforming Communities (LTC): Focus on Small and Rural Libraries grants, while als... Read More