Monday, August 6, 2012

ESA Today

By Rich Kozlovich

You will notice that there are both pro and con articles linked below. There is a reason for that. It is my belief that the Endangered Species Act must be repealed with a number of caveats that will keep the courts and the activists from expanding the meaning as they have done since it was enacted in 1970's by Richard Nixon.  It is also my belief that the only way everyone will be able to see how bad this law really is; and that is to feed everyone as much information as possible."  You can't reason someone out of a position they haven't been reasoned into. "People must come to the conclusion on their own! I merely add information....pro and con. Later I will start to challenge the opposing side.

Is the Endangered Species Act a success or failure?
While that very question has been a subject of debate already for decades, most environmental advocates are thankful such legislation is in place and proud of their government for upholding such high standards when it comes to preserving rare species ...
Earth Talk for the week of August 6, 2012 - The Endangered Species Act ...Earth Talk for the week of August 6, 2012 - The Endangered Species Act -- success or failure? Submitted by The Editor on Mon, 08/06/2012 - 05:33. Dear EarthTalk: What ever happened to the idea of turning Mt. St. Helens into a national park? -- Esther ...
Squatters' rights: Ontario protects wildlife habitats that humans accidentally ... Now those same species are winning protection — like squatters' rights — against the very development that brought them here. The Endangered Species Act, updated in 2007, automatically protects habitat even when it is a barn or a highway bridge. And ...
 On Climate Change, Nothing Ventured, Nothing Gained: Part 2 Can the Endangered Species Act be used to restrict greenhouse gas emissions based on evidence that climate change degrades critical habitat? When should carbon emissions be addressed in Environmental Impact Statements? What about the liability, ...
Editorial: Blaming orcas for cuts in farm water is silly
The irony is that the Pacific Legal Foundation regularly denounces environmentalists for frivolous challenges under the Endangered Species Act. Yet with this new petition, it has brought frivolity to a whole new level. Here's the absurd line of reasoning.
Free Willie from the Endangered Species Act | PLF Liberty Blog ...
Today, Pacific Legal Foundation attorneys petitioned the federal government to delist the killer whale from the Endangered Species Act. The petition was ...
The Economic Consequences of the Endangered Species Act in the
Currently, environmentalists use the Endangered Species Act as the basis for lawsuits seeking to reduce the amount of diverted water. Reducing diversions ...


2 reasons why the endangered species act is good for the ...
It isn't and isn't. Humans playing G O D again ... Humans are numbering close to 7 billion and have destroyed much of the biodiversity of the planet. We need to ...
July 2012 Threats to the Endangered Species Act : NRDC
July 2012 Threats to the Endangered Species Act http://t.co/SUS51A5K by NRDC 232326470163382274.
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