Publications

Hogan Lovells Publications

Supreme Court grants a shy frog the chance to shape critical habitat designations

The Supreme Court (the Court) will soon address two recurring issues concerning administration of the Endangered Species Act, and more broadly the deference given to agency action in the...

Published Works

Laying the Groundwork: NEPA’s Purpose, Levels of Agency Review, and Process Overview

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Permit streamlining, NEPA compliance, and an expanded role for CEQ

In one of his earliest Executive Orders 13766, January 24, 2017, President Trump laid the groundwork for subsequent actions to help “Expedit[e] Environmental Reviews and Approvals for ...

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The Western Governors' Association Species Initiative: A Proposal for Meaningful Bi-partisan Reform

At its summer meeting in Whitefish, Montana last month, the Western Governors' Association took an important step toward bi-partisan reform – or "modernization" – of the...

Published Works

The America First energy policy of the Trump Administration

At the time of writing, the Trump Administration is nascent, in existence for less than ten weeks. During that short time, however, the President has made it abundantly clear that ...

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Department of the Interior Exit Strategy: Institutionalizing landscape-level planning, net benefit mitigation, and public-private partnerships in natural resource management

One of the hallmark policy goals of the Department of the Interior, under the leadership of Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell and President Barack Obama, has been to institutionalize a ...

Published Works

How Much is Enough? Consideration of the PECE Criteria and Voluntary Efforts in Listing Decisions

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the National Marine Fisheries Service first began utilizing voluntary conservation agreements in 1994 for the stated purpose of creating...

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