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Applying the Endangered Species Act to Global Climate Change

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by Richard O. Faulk and John S. Gray (May 2008; 5 pages) While it may have been inevitable that the Endangered Species Act would be invoked to redress species threatened by global warming, the authors of this article say there may be no practical way to administer the law to address the vast international habitats and foreign relations problems raised by global climate change. The authors argue that now that the polar bear has been listed, its survival has the potential to entangle the federal government in a massive administrative coordination unparalleled in the nation's environmental history.