Trust is important, especially so for conservation. Successful conservation depends on the collaboration of many people: environmentalists, scientists, property owners, … More
It looks increasingly likely that Congress will attempt to overhaul the Endangered Species Act next year. Rob Bishop, chairman of … More
This week, briefing began in WildEarth Guardians v. U.S. Department of Justice, a case of critical importance to anyone concerned about … More
In Naperville, a suburb of Chicago, local activists succeeded in stopping the development of a mixed-use (residential & commercial) development … More
The federal Endangered Species Act has generated a lot of conflict over the last 44 years, but has little to … More
Designating uninhabitable private land as “critical habitat” discourages private conservation with no compensating benefit for species.
Environmental alarmists may grab headlines, but they’ve repeatedly proven spectacularly wrong. Environmental issues require sober analysis and problem solving, not overheated rhetoric.
Pennsylvania’s trust approach to managing public lands may give environmental groups an incentive to support productive use, to generate revenue for higher value conservation projects.
To protect endangered species, we need to rely more on property rights and less on regulation.
Over on PLF’S Liberty Blog, I have a post on how radical environmentalists answer that question wrong and, as a … More