The oil and gas industry has recently shifted its position on whether to develop the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge for oil and gas exploration.
Recent federal killing of the Mexican Gray Wolf, Phoenix, sparks controversy amongst environmentalists and affirms the uncertain future for this critically endangered species.
Paying to Play: Why Commercialization Cannot Pass for Conservation By Tara Lewis, Managing Editor “If you love something set it free; then, when it has a bit of a head […]
Montana Federal District Court Rejects Decision to Not List the Wolverine as Endangered by Katie Stewart, Administrative Editor There are only about 300 […]
Ethical Convergence and the Endangered Species Act By Caitlin Troyer Busch, Stanford Law School, J.D. Candidate 2017 This post was submitted by the Stanford Environmental Law Journal. This post is part of the Environmental […]
The Decline of the Predator: Potentially Disastrous Consequences By Christian Chan, Staff Contributor Three-quarters of the species of top predators, including lions, wolves, and polar bears are in steady decline. […]
A Dangerous Precedent: Why the Fifth Circuit says “Neigh” to Extra Protection for Horses by Tara Lewis, Staff Contributor The purpose of our court system is to give effect to […]
It’s Just Not Worth It: Potential Monetary Benefits from Oil Drilling in the Alaskan Refuge Will Be Greatly Outweighed by the Disastrous Impacts on the Environment, and Specifically, Local Wildlife […]
The Fight to Save Walruses in the Final Frontier By Christopher St. Martin, Staff Contributor The Endangered Species Act provides walruses and other marine mammals with official protection. Nonetheless, walruses’ […]
Teach A Man To Fish… By Schuyler Lystad, Staff Contributor A way of shouldering the burden to ensure the survival and recovery of endangered species is through Candidate Conservation Agreements […]