Emerging Regulatory Experiments in Permit Process Coordination for Endangered Species and Aquatic Resources in California

February 2016 Published Article
46 ENVTL. L. REPT. 10131 (2016)

CLEANR conducted extensive interviews, research, roundtables, and dialogue sessions to evaluate a range of efforts to coordinate proposed California Habitat Conservation Plans/ Natural Community Conservation Plans with freshwater aquatic resource permits under federal and state laws. The Center shares its findings and makes some suggestions going forward in this Article, published in the February 2016 issue of the Environmental Law Reporter.

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