Is the ESA endangering development?
The ever increasing catalogue of listed species in Alaska worries would-be developers; but are these concerns misplaced?
A plot on a map of Alaska of the distribution of animals, fish and plants potentially listed under the Endangered Species Act all but covers the regions offshore the state, as well as significant areas onshore. So how might the widespread application of the ESA impact resource development? And what....
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