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martes, 18 de abril de 2017

How Mexican wolves may halt Trump's border wall

How Mexican wolves may halt Trump's border wall
- The suit is being brought by Raúl Grijalva of Arizona and the Centre for Biological Diversity (CBD) in an Arizona district court. If successful it would require the government to undertake an environmental impact assessment along the entire length of the wall before beginning construction, paying particular attention to its impact on species.
The assessment would include the barrier as well as supplementary projects such as road construction, off-road vehicle patrols, tunnelling to install fibre-optic sensors, the installation of high-intensity lighting, and the construction of base camps and checkpoints.