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Center for Biological Diversity’s Rubber Dodo Award: And the winner is …

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I found the information below in the latest issue, Oct. 29, of the weekly e-newsletter of the Center for Biological Diversity, /Gary

The Center for Biological Diversity today announced the long-awaited winner of their 2009 Rubber Dodo Award:

** Real-estate bigwig Michael Winer.

As portfolio manager for the giant real-estate firm TAREX, Winer is a main man behind the largest developments in California and Florida, which would destroy tens of thousands of acres of endangered species habitat.

In California, TAREX is leading the Tejon Ranch in building two entire new cities, destroying thousands of acres of federally designated “critical habitat” for the endangered California condor.
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Posted on Monday, November 2nd, 2009
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Nominate your favorite eco-villain for the Rubber Dodo Extinction Award

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Every year about this time, the Center for Biological Diversity throws open the nominations for the center’s Rubber Dodo Extinction Award. This award goes to the individual who has worked the hardest to send yet another stressed out species down the road to extinction during the last year.

I just received the following news release from the center. Please read it and then vote for or nominate the 2009 Rubber Dodo of your choice by clicking on the link below:
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Posted on Thursday, September 24th, 2009
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