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The Endangered Species Act and Private Property: A Matter of Timing and Location
(Cornell Journal of Law and Public Policy, 1998)
This article examines some of the perverse consequences of the structure of the Endangered Species Act, namely that it deters property owners from conserving threatened species and lacks proactive measures.
Regional Habitat Conservation Planning Under the Endangered Species Act: Pushing the Legal and Practical Limits of Species Protection
(Southwestern Law Journal, 1991)
To many, the ESA is the epitome of an anti-growth agenda, seemingly used as a pretext for stopping development rather than for the ostensible purpose of species protection. To its staunch supporters, however, the ESA ...
Biodiversity Conservation and the Ever-Expanding Web of Federal Laws Regulating Nonfederal Lands: Time for Something Completely Different
(University of Colorado Law Review, 1995)
This article offers an early examination of the law and governance of biodiversity (circa 1995) through the lenses of the Endangered Species Act, Clean Water Act, and Coastal Zone Management. It suggests that true multi-scalar, ...
Who Needs Congress? An Agenda for Administrative Reform of the Endangered Species Act
(N.Y.U. Environmental Law Journal, 1998)
This article comprehensively examines the history and content of the numerous administrative reforms of the Endangered Species Act program carried out under the tenure of Department of the Interior Secretary Bruce Babbitt. ...
Section 7(a)(1) of the "New" Endangered Species Act: Rediscovering and Redefining the Untapped Power of Federal Agencies' Duty to Conserve Species
(Environmental Law, 1995)
This article probes the history, meaning, and potential applications of section 7(a)(1) of the Endangered Species Act, which by its terms imposes a "duty to conserve" on all federal agencies. The article examines how ...