U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Seeks Public Comment on Proposed Strategic Climate Change Plan

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The United States Fish and Wildlife Service (the "Service") is accepting public comments through November 23, 2009, on its proposed Strategic Plan for Climate Change ("Strategic Plan") and accompanying 5-Year Action Plan ("Action Plan"). Both Plans are part of the Department of the Interior's (the "Department's") commitment to organizing a Department-wide effort to protect the country's water, land, fish and wildlife against the effects of global warming. The Service developed the Plans to provide the basic framework for and specific details of its overall strategy for working with others to "ensure the sustainability of fish, wildlife and habitats in the face of climate change." The Strategic Plan lays out the Service's general climate change goals whereas the Action Plan identifies specific actions the Service will take to accomplish those goals.

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