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Reform the Endangered Species Act by respecting property rights

Reform the Endangered Species Act by respecting property rights

    By JONATHAN WOOD Update: On August 12, 2019, as a result of PLF petitions, the Department of the Interior announced changes that will improve the way the Endangered Species Act is applied — changes that will benefit property owners and species. Interior’s new rules terminate an illegal and counterproductive rule that complicated the recovery of […]

Reducing forest fire risks requires market incentives, free enterprise

Reducing forest fire risks requires market incentives, free enterprise

BY JONATHAN WOOD, OPINION CONTRIBUTOR  In a rare example of bipartisanship, last week the Democratic-controlled House of Representatives passed two Republican-sponsored bills to increase funding for fire-reduction projects in federal, state and private forests. Although there is heated disagreement over the causes of the recent increase in catastrophic wildfires — is it climate change, federal mismanagement or […]