ICEL Members Participate on the Science Magazine Policy Forum

Science Magazine published a policy forum, “A Landmark environmental law looks ahead”on the 50th Anniversary of the US Landmark Law to Protect Endangered Species featuring an essay by Professor Nicholas A. Robinson, ICEL’s Executive President, and Grethel Aguilar, Director General of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) and ICEL member.

Following you can read the abstract of the article “A landmark environmental law looks ahead”.

Abstract: In late December 1973, the United States enacted what some would come to call “the pitbull of environmental laws.” In the 50 years since, the formidable regulatory teeth of the Endangered Species Act (ESA) have been credited with considerable successes, obliging agencies to draw upon the best available science to protect species and habitats. Yet human pressures continue to push the planet toward extinctions on a massive scale. With that prospect looming, and with scientific understanding ever changing, Science invited experts to discuss how the ESA has evolved and what its future might hold.

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Prof. Nicholas A. Robinson, Executive President of ICEL

Grethel Aguilar Rojas, Director General of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN)
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