I think so, Brain … but what can we do if an endangered animal is eating an endangered plant?
A California court has ruled that bees can be fish.
Who’s gonna fill out all the environment impact statements and other paperwork required by the Clean Air Act, the Endangered Species Act, the Clean Water Act, etc. in order to cover vast swaths of environmentally sensitive vegetation and wildlife habitat with sunlight-blocking solar panels and bird-killing windmills? And how will all that paperwork move through the permitting system and NIMBY litigation so quickly?
Asking for a friend who’s a government contractor at the Corps of Engineers.
I thinks so, Brain … but what if we find an endangered animal species eating endangered plants?
John Hawkins takes note of the fact that animals with economic value rarely go extinct.
You know what other animal is a “commercial product?” Cows. What do you think the chances are that they’re going to go extinct any time soon? If Bald Eagles tasted like chicken, but had less calories, we’d have “Bald Eagle Freedom Burgers” on the menu at McDonald’s and you’d be buying their eggs at Piggly Wiggly.
Is it deer season yet?