Killer whale point-counterpoint
Perhaps not surprisingly, PLF’s petition to delist a population of killer whale from the Endangered Species Act has garnered a lot of attention, not all of it positive. Understandably, reasonable people can differ about various aspects of environmental regulation, but the defect in much of the criticism of the PLF’s delisting petition is that it is premised on false or innacurate premises. In this video, I respond to these criticisms and demonstrate how they are inapt.
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