For three years, Utah has worked with property owners to protect prairie dogs. But a decision from the Tenth Circuit threatens to get rid of that conservation program and replace it with more conflict.
DOJ’s resistance to environmental groups’ effort to radically expand overcriminalization under the Endangered Species Act shows the long-term impacts of earlier, successful challenges to overcriminalization.
To protect endangered species, we need to rely more on property rights and less on regulation.
The Endangered Species Act is popular, despite an abysmal recovery rate, because of survey bias, voter ignorance, and poor debate.
Trump’s executive order requiring 2 regulations to be repealed for every 1 new one shouldn’t apply to deregulatory rules.
That’s the question posed in a post on Vice.com‘s Motherboard blog. The answer is emphatically “yes.” The question has to … More
Like most people, the internet occasionally drives me crazy. Lately, that’s been due to coverage of the so-called McKittrick Policy—a … More
In the wake of the election, there’s hope that environmentalists will discover the benefits of federalism to the environment. Those … More
The Boston Globe reports the nightmare that a small New Hampshire retailer experienced when he caught the eye of bureaucrats … More
Recently, 18 states announced that they were challenging the Fish and Wildlife Service’s new critical habitat regulations. For decades, the … More