Who’s job is it to protect animals that are threatened by global warming?



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    An uncountable number of species can potentially be affected by global warming. While it is always possible to tell what the particular cause of a species decline is, many countries have or are creating their own programs for threatened species. The United States has the federally enacted Endangered Species Act, and some states also have statewide laws as well. While Endangered Species Acts and programs identify endangered species, it is up to many others to ensure their protection. State and local governments are responsible for monitoring the status of endangered species and implementing the laws and plans, which a number of private companies and individuals may also be responsible for maintaining habitat or monitoring their sustainability and recovery.

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