Comment on John Harte's Paper, 'Land Use, Biodiversity, and Ecosystem Integrity: The Challenge of Preserving Earth's Life Support System.'

Sox, Joseph L.
February 2001
Ecology Law Quarterly;2001, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p1003
Academic Journal
Comments on an article by John Harte on the challenges in the adoption of land use policies in the United States to prevent biodiversity decline. Importance of managing all land; Aspects of biodiversity loss that distinguish it from other problems; Reason for the reluctance to criticize the Endangered Species Act.


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