Exploring the Future of the Endangered Species Act

This event explored what the future of the Endangered Species Act means for our environment and economy.


Sept. 25, 2018


9:00–10:30 a.m. ET

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Event Details

RFF hosted a timely conversation on the future of the Endangered Species Act as changes are being considered that raise the question: what does this mean for our environment and economy? We'll ask whether an economic and environmental consensus is possible, and explore strategies to navigate the competing and complementing goals of environmentalists, conservationists, scientists, landowners, ranchers, and others.

Speakers included:

  • Jimmy Bullock, Senior Vice President, Forest Sustainability, Resource Management Service
  • Ya-Wei (Jake) Li, Director for Biodiversity, Environmental Policy Innovation Center
  • Rebecca Epanchin-Niell, Fellow, Resources for the Future

Moderated by:

  • Michael Doyle, Reporter, E&E News

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