Audubon Society Sees Courthouse As Last Resort

Law360, New York (September 25, 2008, 12:00 AM EDT) -- While the National Audubon Society’s core mission is to protect birds and their natural habitats, its mandate covers much more than birders’ concerns, including causes as local as saving sage grass and as general as preventing global warming. Facing an array of environmental issues with a cooperative mindset, Audubon views litigation as a vital but not inevitable tool to further its mandate.

Audubon is distinguished not only by its avowed commitment to birds but also a reputation as a pragmatic and collaborative organization, focused on working...
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