on the question of environmental compliance costs

Freelance writer Ed Quillen recently wrote an op-ed on Colorado mining interests' fight against proposed drilling regulations in the Denver Post, and Ted Zukoski offered praise for Quillen's piece today … ›

Camp Bullis update

Last week, Aquifer Guardians in Urban Areas dropped its Endangered Species Act lawsuit against INTCO Dominion Partnership, a developer, in light of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's decision to … ›

Reconsideration denied in 5 year status review case

The D.C. District Court denied rehearing last week in American Forest Resource Council v. Hall, a case raising issues regarding the 5-year status review process under the ESA very similar … ›

Coastal Commission snuffs out this year's Gualala fireworks show

On June 11, the California Coastal Commission issued a cease-and-desist order against the Gualala Festivals Committee (GFC), a small group of citizens who volunteer their time and money to organize … ›

Delta Smelt and Hatcheries

The Delta Smelt has received much attention as of late owing to Judge Wanger's injunction substantially reducing water deliveries from federally funded irrigation projects in California, owing to those projects' … ›

Coos County update

More analysis on the Ninth Circuit's Coos County decision is available at Keith Rizzardi's ESA blawg.

Ninth Circuit decision in Coos County Board of County Commissioners v. Kempthorne

Today the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals issued a disappointing decision in Coos County Board of County Commissioners v Kempthorne, et al. The question in the Court’s decision was as … ›

Florida 60-day notice editorial

An editorial published in yesterday's Newnan Times-Herald reflects upon Florida's notice of intent to sue the Army Corps of Engineers, which was discussed a few days ago at PLF on … ›

Camp Bullis and critical habitat

An interesting Endangered Species Act story is occurring in and around Camp Bullis, near San Antonio.  Camp Bullis is a military site, used for live-fire exercises and medic team training.  … ›

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on the question of environmental compliance costs

Freelance writer Ed Quillen recently wrote an op-ed on Colorado mining interests' fight against proposed drilling regulations in the Denver Post, and Ted Zukoski offered praise for Quillen's piece today … ›

Camp Bullis update

Last week, Aquifer Guardians in Urban Areas dropped its Endangered Species Act lawsuit against INTCO Dominion Partnership, a developer, in light of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's decision to … ›

Reconsideration denied in 5 year status review case

The D.C. District Court denied rehearing last week in American Forest Resource Council v. Hall, a case raising issues regarding the 5-year status review process under the ESA very similar … ›

Coastal Commission snuffs out this year's Gualala fireworks show

On June 11, the California Coastal Commission issued a cease-and-desist order against the Gualala Festivals Committee (GFC), a small group of citizens who volunteer their time and money to organize … ›

Delta Smelt and Hatcheries

The Delta Smelt has received much attention as of late owing to Judge Wanger's injunction substantially reducing water deliveries from federally funded irrigation projects in California, owing to those projects' … ›

Coos County update

More analysis on the Ninth Circuit's Coos County decision is available at Keith Rizzardi's ESA blawg.

Ninth Circuit decision in Coos County Board of County Commissioners v. Kempthorne

Today the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals issued a disappointing decision in Coos County Board of County Commissioners v Kempthorne, et al. The question in the Court’s decision was as … ›

Florida 60-day notice editorial

An editorial published in yesterday's Newnan Times-Herald reflects upon Florida's notice of intent to sue the Army Corps of Engineers, which was discussed a few days ago at PLF on … ›

Camp Bullis and critical habitat

An interesting Endangered Species Act story is occurring in and around Camp Bullis, near San Antonio.  Camp Bullis is a military site, used for live-fire exercises and medic team training.  … ›

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on the question of environmental compliance costs

Freelance writer Ed Quillen recently wrote an op-ed on Colorado mining interests' fight against proposed drilling regulations in the Denver Post, and Ted Zukoski offered praise for Quillen's piece today … ›

Camp Bullis update

Last week, Aquifer Guardians in Urban Areas dropped its Endangered Species Act lawsuit against INTCO Dominion Partnership, a developer, in light of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's decision to … ›

Reconsideration denied in 5 year status review case

The D.C. District Court denied rehearing last week in American Forest Resource Council v. Hall, a case raising issues regarding the 5-year status review process under the ESA very similar … ›

Coastal Commission snuffs out this year's Gualala fireworks show

On June 11, the California Coastal Commission issued a cease-and-desist order against the Gualala Festivals Committee (GFC), a small group of citizens who volunteer their time and money to organize … ›

Delta Smelt and Hatcheries

The Delta Smelt has received much attention as of late owing to Judge Wanger's injunction substantially reducing water deliveries from federally funded irrigation projects in California, owing to those projects' … ›

Coos County update

More analysis on the Ninth Circuit's Coos County decision is available at Keith Rizzardi's ESA blawg.

Ninth Circuit decision in Coos County Board of County Commissioners v. Kempthorne

Today the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals issued a disappointing decision in Coos County Board of County Commissioners v Kempthorne, et al. The question in the Court’s decision was as … ›

Florida 60-day notice editorial

An editorial published in yesterday's Newnan Times-Herald reflects upon Florida's notice of intent to sue the Army Corps of Engineers, which was discussed a few days ago at PLF on … ›

Camp Bullis and critical habitat

An interesting Endangered Species Act story is occurring in and around Camp Bullis, near San Antonio.  Camp Bullis is a military site, used for live-fire exercises and medic team training.  … ›

on the question of environmental compliance costs

Freelance writer Ed Quillen recently wrote an op-ed on Colorado mining interests' fight against proposed drilling regulations in the Denver Post, and Ted Zukoski offered praise for Quillen's piece today … ›

Camp Bullis update

Last week, Aquifer Guardians in Urban Areas dropped its Endangered Species Act lawsuit against INTCO Dominion Partnership, a developer, in light of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's decision to … ›

Reconsideration denied in 5 year status review case

The D.C. District Court denied rehearing last week in American Forest Resource Council v. Hall, a case raising issues regarding the 5-year status review process under the ESA very similar … ›

Coastal Commission snuffs out this year's Gualala fireworks show

On June 11, the California Coastal Commission issued a cease-and-desist order against the Gualala Festivals Committee (GFC), a small group of citizens who volunteer their time and money to organize … ›

Delta Smelt and Hatcheries

The Delta Smelt has received much attention as of late owing to Judge Wanger's injunction substantially reducing water deliveries from federally funded irrigation projects in California, owing to those projects' … ›

Coos County update

More analysis on the Ninth Circuit's Coos County decision is available at Keith Rizzardi's ESA blawg.

Ninth Circuit decision in Coos County Board of County Commissioners v. Kempthorne

Today the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals issued a disappointing decision in Coos County Board of County Commissioners v Kempthorne, et al. The question in the Court’s decision was as … ›

Florida 60-day notice editorial

An editorial published in yesterday's Newnan Times-Herald reflects upon Florida's notice of intent to sue the Army Corps of Engineers, which was discussed a few days ago at PLF on … ›

Camp Bullis and critical habitat

An interesting Endangered Species Act story is occurring in and around Camp Bullis, near San Antonio.  Camp Bullis is a military site, used for live-fire exercises and medic team training.  … ›