October 14, 2019

Will Feds Be Successful in Defining “Significant Portion of its Range?”

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“The ESA defines an endangered species as “any species that is in danger of extinction throughout all or a significant portion of its range.” But the law didn’t define what qualifies as a significant portion.

Under this new policy, “significant” indicates that one portion of the species is so important to the survival of the species as a whole that, if it were lost, the species would likely go extinct.”<<<Read More>>>

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