In this paper, Laura Huggins, Olivia Hansen, and Harrison Naftel explore how to help turn wildlife into an asset rather than a liability.
“The environment, after all, is where we all meet, where we all have a mutual interest. It is one thing that all of us share. It is not only a mirror of ourselves, but a focusing lens on what we can become.”
– Lady Bird Johnson
We only have one earth. That’s why it’s more important than ever to find innovative solutions to our most pressing environmental challenges. We understand the complexities surrounding environmental stewardship. This is why we take a holistic approach to find better ways to work together to produce better environmental outcomes.
Recent Environmental Stewardship research
The Costs and Benefits of Critical Habitat Designation: Legal Requirements of the Endangered Species Act
Author Jeffrey McCoy first provides an overview of the ESA's congressional history by examining amendments made in 1978 and 1982.
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