Habitat protection plan leads to future liability battle

Shanoff, Barry
August 1998
World Wastes;Aug98, Vol. 41 Issue 8, p16
Trade Publication
Discusses the Bill Clinton Administration's promotion of the use of `habitat conservation plans' (HCPs) on private lands and prospects of future liability battles because of the plans. Opposition by environmentalists and wildlife biologists; Features of the plans considered by property owners to be crucial, the no-surprise clause; Endangered Species Act.


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