Is endangered species protection the highest government priority?

This week, as we begin our blogfestschrift in honor of the Endangered Species Act’s 40th anniversary (and BTW, check out our daily poll), I think it important that we return … ›

Army Corps issues new ESA guidance

One of the most important provisions of the Endangered Species Act is Section 7, which requires, inter alia, that federal agencies ensure that their discretionary actions do not jeopardize the … ›

"House panel probes inner workings of ESA"

The Capital Press covers last week’s congressional Endangered Species Act hearing and my testimony on TVA v. Hill.

The unassailable Endangered Species Act

Last Tuesday I had the honor of testifying before the House Committee on Natural Resources in Washington, D.C.  The title of the hearing was “The Endangered Species Act: How Litigation … ›

Can environmental regulation produce wealth?

Author: Damien M. Schiff The Natural Resource Defense Council's Switchboard Blog has this account of a recent speech given by Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Lisa Jackson at the National Press … ›

Don't be fooled: "fish vs. people" is real

Author: Brandon Middleton With Sen. Dianne Feinstein's proposal to increase water deliveries to the San Joaquin Valley and Southern California, there's been a renewed discussion of the "fish vs. people" … ›

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Is endangered species protection the highest government priority?

This week, as we begin our blogfestschrift in honor of the Endangered Species Act’s 40th anniversary (and BTW, check out our daily poll), I think it important that we return … ›

Army Corps issues new ESA guidance

One of the most important provisions of the Endangered Species Act is Section 7, which requires, inter alia, that federal agencies ensure that their discretionary actions do not jeopardize the … ›

"House panel probes inner workings of ESA"

The Capital Press covers last week’s congressional Endangered Species Act hearing and my testimony on TVA v. Hill.

The unassailable Endangered Species Act

Last Tuesday I had the honor of testifying before the House Committee on Natural Resources in Washington, D.C.  The title of the hearing was “The Endangered Species Act: How Litigation … ›

Can environmental regulation produce wealth?

Author: Damien M. Schiff The Natural Resource Defense Council's Switchboard Blog has this account of a recent speech given by Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Lisa Jackson at the National Press … ›

Don't be fooled: "fish vs. people" is real

Author: Brandon Middleton With Sen. Dianne Feinstein's proposal to increase water deliveries to the San Joaquin Valley and Southern California, there's been a renewed discussion of the "fish vs. people" … ›

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Is endangered species protection the highest government priority?

This week, as we begin our blogfestschrift in honor of the Endangered Species Act’s 40th anniversary (and BTW, check out our daily poll), I think it important that we return … ›

Army Corps issues new ESA guidance

One of the most important provisions of the Endangered Species Act is Section 7, which requires, inter alia, that federal agencies ensure that their discretionary actions do not jeopardize the … ›

"House panel probes inner workings of ESA"

The Capital Press covers last week’s congressional Endangered Species Act hearing and my testimony on TVA v. Hill.

The unassailable Endangered Species Act

Last Tuesday I had the honor of testifying before the House Committee on Natural Resources in Washington, D.C.  The title of the hearing was “The Endangered Species Act: How Litigation … ›

Can environmental regulation produce wealth?

Author: Damien M. Schiff The Natural Resource Defense Council's Switchboard Blog has this account of a recent speech given by Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Lisa Jackson at the National Press … ›

Don't be fooled: "fish vs. people" is real

Author: Brandon Middleton With Sen. Dianne Feinstein's proposal to increase water deliveries to the San Joaquin Valley and Southern California, there's been a renewed discussion of the "fish vs. people" … ›

Is endangered species protection the highest government priority?

This week, as we begin our blogfestschrift in honor of the Endangered Species Act’s 40th anniversary (and BTW, check out our daily poll), I think it important that we return … ›

Army Corps issues new ESA guidance

One of the most important provisions of the Endangered Species Act is Section 7, which requires, inter alia, that federal agencies ensure that their discretionary actions do not jeopardize the … ›

"House panel probes inner workings of ESA"

The Capital Press covers last week’s congressional Endangered Species Act hearing and my testimony on TVA v. Hill.

The unassailable Endangered Species Act

Last Tuesday I had the honor of testifying before the House Committee on Natural Resources in Washington, D.C.  The title of the hearing was “The Endangered Species Act: How Litigation … ›

Can environmental regulation produce wealth?

Author: Damien M. Schiff The Natural Resource Defense Council's Switchboard Blog has this account of a recent speech given by Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Lisa Jackson at the National Press … ›

Don't be fooled: "fish vs. people" is real

Author: Brandon Middleton With Sen. Dianne Feinstein's proposal to increase water deliveries to the San Joaquin Valley and Southern California, there's been a renewed discussion of the "fish vs. people" … ›