The Washington Times discusses the Endangered Species Act with Myron Ebell.
“The Endangered Species Act is a natural place to take over the management of private property,” said Myron Ebell, director of the Competitive Enterprise Institute’s Center for Energy and Environment.
“It’s already being done without climate change,” he said. “So now you can say, ‘We have this species’ habitat here, and we think that climate change would remove the habitat north to a higher elevation, and therefore we not only have to protect this habitat, but we have to protect this future habitat.’ Which is based entirely on speculation.”
Read the full article at the Washington Times.