Species Recovery in the United States: Increasing the Effectiveness of the Endangered Species Act

In a new report released by the Ecological Society of America (ESA), 18 conservation researchers and practitioners, propose six broad strategies to raise the effectiveness of the Endangered Species Act.

Report by Daniel Evans, Judy Che-Castaldo, Deborah Crouse, Frank Davis, Rebecca Epanchin-Niell, Curtis Flather, R. Frohlich, Dale Goble, Ya-Wei Li, Timothy Male, Lawrence Master, Matthew Moskwik, Maile Neel, Barry Noon, Camille Parmesan, Mark Schwartz, J. Scott, and Byron Williams — 1 minute read — Jan. 8, 2016

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Authors

Daniel Evans

Judy Che-Castaldo

Deborah Crouse

Frank Davis

Rebecca Epanchin-Niell

Rebecca Epanchin-Niell is a Senior Fellow at Resources for the Future whose research focuses on ecosystem management, in particular examining how human behavior affects ecological resources as well as identifying strategies to improve management.

Curtis Flather

R. Frohlich

Dale Goble

Ya-Wei Li

Timothy Male

Lawrence Master

Matthew Moskwik

Maile Neel

Barry Noon

Camille Parmesan

Mark Schwartz

J. Scott

Byron Williams