One of the recurring conflicts under the Endangered Species Act is at what point a species should be delisted. If … More
Tag: ESA 4(d)
A bug’s life: the American burying beetle’s recovery should be a cause for celebration, not alarm
Should a species’ improvement be a cause for celebration or concern? That question is posed by the response to this … More
To encourage more species recovery, we need to acknowledge and reward successes
Last month, a federal court ordered the Greater Yellowstone ecosystem population of grizzly bears put back on the endangered species … More
Lesser prairie chicken continues to recover thanks to collaborative conservation. Could such efforts soon help more species?
The lesser prairie chicken, a species of grouse found in Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas, continues to recover … More
Yes, the Endangered Species Act prevents extinction. But why don’t we recover more species?
45 years after the Endangered Species Act was enacted, it is as popular and as controversial as ever. Its popularity … More
Species recovery depends on establishing better incentives
An Endangered Species Act regulation undermines incentives to conserve and recover species, while also harming property owners and the economy.
Regulation can harm the environment
Over the last few weeks, I’ve had several op-eds published explaining why the overreliance on regulation may be undermining the … More