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"The single biggest thing folks can do is to let their elected leaders know they will not tolerate the destruction of our foundational environmental laws and regulations," Bethany Cotton, wildlife program director for WildEarth Guardians, told The Dodo. "Those laws are not and should not be partisan: they protect the water we all drink, the air we breathe, our public lands and wildlife. It will be imperative that we all stand up locally, regionally, nationally and internationally in the face of this unprecedented threat."
"The next four years [could] turn this country into a fossil fuel exporting behemoth," Brett Hartl, endangered species policy director for the Center for Biological Diversity, told The Dodo, "so every little bit of resistance to that helps."
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