Exploitation of Endangered Species Act Undermines Texas Energy and Conservation Efforts

By Energy in Depth Since the Endangered Species Act (ESA) was first introduced in 1973, environmental activist groups – like the Sierra Club and Center for Biological Diversity – have exploited the ESA as a tool to block infrastructure development and further an anti-fossil fuel agenda. In reality, these actions add burdensome costs to federal agencies that cut into the resources available for the..
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