Are the days of the new ESA Section 7 regs numbered?

OMB Watch reports on the passed House Omnibus Appropriations FY2009 bill, which contains a provision allowing the Secretaries of Commerce and Interior to withdraw the new Section 7 regs without … ›

A legislative fix for the Delta?

The Capital Ag Press reports on US Representative George Radanovich's proposed legislation, the California Drought Alleviation Act, which would temporarily lift ESA restrictions on pumping in the Delta.

Fox News on the American Pika

This blog has previously reported on the CBD-led litigation over the listing of the American pika.  The potential listing is controversial because the principal basis advanced for listing is the … ›

"Legal War on U.S. Economy": full speed ahead

Earlier this week, National Review Online's Marlo Lewis discussed the Center for Biological Diversity's opening of the new Climate Law Institute. He titled his post "Center for Biological Diversity Declares … ›

Heritage on ESA stimulus riders

The Heritage Foundation's blog, the Foundry, has a couple of posts regarding the proposals to withdrawal the ESA Section 7 and polar bear/Section 4(d) rules, here and here. Heritage's Nick … ›

polar bear rider faces most opposition

Although the spending bill that is set to go before Congress would give President Obama and the Interior Department authority to jettison both the new polar bear 4(d) rule and … ›

California water news

Yesterday's San Diego Union Tribune discussed the drought and the impact it is having and may have on the state's wildlife. Things are particularly challenging for salmon: Federal water managers … ›

Service expands Canada lynx habitat

So reports the New York Times.  This was a Julie MaDonald redo.  The designation is published in today's Federal Register.

The Commission's budgetary woes

Just last week, the Commission's executive director, Peter Douglas, issued a memorandum detailing how the state's lack of revenue has required the Commission's staff to forego enforcement of the Coastal … ›

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Are the days of the new ESA Section 7 regs numbered?

OMB Watch reports on the passed House Omnibus Appropriations FY2009 bill, which contains a provision allowing the Secretaries of Commerce and Interior to withdraw the new Section 7 regs without … ›

A legislative fix for the Delta?

The Capital Ag Press reports on US Representative George Radanovich's proposed legislation, the California Drought Alleviation Act, which would temporarily lift ESA restrictions on pumping in the Delta.

Fox News on the American Pika

This blog has previously reported on the CBD-led litigation over the listing of the American pika.  The potential listing is controversial because the principal basis advanced for listing is the … ›

"Legal War on U.S. Economy": full speed ahead

Earlier this week, National Review Online's Marlo Lewis discussed the Center for Biological Diversity's opening of the new Climate Law Institute. He titled his post "Center for Biological Diversity Declares … ›

Heritage on ESA stimulus riders

The Heritage Foundation's blog, the Foundry, has a couple of posts regarding the proposals to withdrawal the ESA Section 7 and polar bear/Section 4(d) rules, here and here. Heritage's Nick … ›

polar bear rider faces most opposition

Although the spending bill that is set to go before Congress would give President Obama and the Interior Department authority to jettison both the new polar bear 4(d) rule and … ›

California water news

Yesterday's San Diego Union Tribune discussed the drought and the impact it is having and may have on the state's wildlife. Things are particularly challenging for salmon: Federal water managers … ›

Service expands Canada lynx habitat

So reports the New York Times.  This was a Julie MaDonald redo.  The designation is published in today's Federal Register.

The Commission's budgetary woes

Just last week, the Commission's executive director, Peter Douglas, issued a memorandum detailing how the state's lack of revenue has required the Commission's staff to forego enforcement of the Coastal … ›

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Are the days of the new ESA Section 7 regs numbered?

OMB Watch reports on the passed House Omnibus Appropriations FY2009 bill, which contains a provision allowing the Secretaries of Commerce and Interior to withdraw the new Section 7 regs without … ›

A legislative fix for the Delta?

The Capital Ag Press reports on US Representative George Radanovich's proposed legislation, the California Drought Alleviation Act, which would temporarily lift ESA restrictions on pumping in the Delta.

Fox News on the American Pika

This blog has previously reported on the CBD-led litigation over the listing of the American pika.  The potential listing is controversial because the principal basis advanced for listing is the … ›

"Legal War on U.S. Economy": full speed ahead

Earlier this week, National Review Online's Marlo Lewis discussed the Center for Biological Diversity's opening of the new Climate Law Institute. He titled his post "Center for Biological Diversity Declares … ›

Heritage on ESA stimulus riders

The Heritage Foundation's blog, the Foundry, has a couple of posts regarding the proposals to withdrawal the ESA Section 7 and polar bear/Section 4(d) rules, here and here. Heritage's Nick … ›

polar bear rider faces most opposition

Although the spending bill that is set to go before Congress would give President Obama and the Interior Department authority to jettison both the new polar bear 4(d) rule and … ›

California water news

Yesterday's San Diego Union Tribune discussed the drought and the impact it is having and may have on the state's wildlife. Things are particularly challenging for salmon: Federal water managers … ›

Service expands Canada lynx habitat

So reports the New York Times.  This was a Julie MaDonald redo.  The designation is published in today's Federal Register.

The Commission's budgetary woes

Just last week, the Commission's executive director, Peter Douglas, issued a memorandum detailing how the state's lack of revenue has required the Commission's staff to forego enforcement of the Coastal … ›

Are the days of the new ESA Section 7 regs numbered?

OMB Watch reports on the passed House Omnibus Appropriations FY2009 bill, which contains a provision allowing the Secretaries of Commerce and Interior to withdraw the new Section 7 regs without … ›

A legislative fix for the Delta?

The Capital Ag Press reports on US Representative George Radanovich's proposed legislation, the California Drought Alleviation Act, which would temporarily lift ESA restrictions on pumping in the Delta.

Fox News on the American Pika

This blog has previously reported on the CBD-led litigation over the listing of the American pika.  The potential listing is controversial because the principal basis advanced for listing is the … ›

"Legal War on U.S. Economy": full speed ahead

Earlier this week, National Review Online's Marlo Lewis discussed the Center for Biological Diversity's opening of the new Climate Law Institute. He titled his post "Center for Biological Diversity Declares … ›

Heritage on ESA stimulus riders

The Heritage Foundation's blog, the Foundry, has a couple of posts regarding the proposals to withdrawal the ESA Section 7 and polar bear/Section 4(d) rules, here and here. Heritage's Nick … ›

polar bear rider faces most opposition

Although the spending bill that is set to go before Congress would give President Obama and the Interior Department authority to jettison both the new polar bear 4(d) rule and … ›

California water news

Yesterday's San Diego Union Tribune discussed the drought and the impact it is having and may have on the state's wildlife. Things are particularly challenging for salmon: Federal water managers … ›

Service expands Canada lynx habitat

So reports the New York Times.  This was a Julie MaDonald redo.  The designation is published in today's Federal Register.

The Commission's budgetary woes

Just last week, the Commission's executive director, Peter Douglas, issued a memorandum detailing how the state's lack of revenue has required the Commission's staff to forego enforcement of the Coastal … ›