Preservation Through De-Militarization: Endangered Species Found in Korean DMZ
I wonder what graduate student is going to get this field assignment. Dozens of endangered species have been found in the demilitarized zone between Koreas. The Dear Leader is unlikely to prove a budding naturalist.
It appears that the cold war in Korea has proven a godsend in the DMZ for at least [...]
Ruhl on the Endangered Species Act J.B. Ruhl (Florida State University College of Law) has posted Keeping the Endangered Species Act Relevant (Duke Environmental Law & Policy Forum, Forthcoming) on SSRN. Here is the abstract:The Endangered Species Act (ESA) has long been the workhorse of species...
Maybe we need the ESA, but we need the species even more. While the Endangered Species Act may be among the most powerful of our environmental laws, sometimes, it still can't match the potential of simple human compassion, creativity, and self-interest to remind us about the importance of endangered species ...