‘Sue-and-settle’ is a huge problem for the Interior Dept
Government only helped these species 1.5 percent of the time
The Endangered Species Act is emblematic of Congress’s tendency to cede legislative authority to agencies, courts and activists.
‘No reliable evidence to support the contention that polar bears are currently experiencing a climate crisis’
‘Climate change threatens to accelerate this crisis’
Court OKs Federal Officials Taking Control Of Private Lands To Save Endangered Frogs That Don't Live There
‘It was a close call’
‘Put our bodies in front of the bulldozers’
‘Polar bear numbers have not declined as predicted’
The Endangered Species Act is not the best way forward.
Trump wall potentially threatens 111 endangered species
They’ve already frozen new mining claims across 10 million acres
‘What’s the point of doing any scientific studies if Fish and Wildlife is just going to do what they want?’
‘Has definitely become a cottage industry’
‘It is quite concerning’
‘There is zero accountability’
‘Just more of the same overwrought fear-mongering’
‘A win for Oklahoma and the four other state’s conservation agencies’
The Feds ‘precipitated a crisis of hungry desperation among grizzlies that brought the population way down.’
The Endangered Species Acts penalty-based approach creates strong incentives for landowners to make their property inhospitable to species.