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The Endangered Species Act of 1973 is one of the many government laws in the United States of America that were passed in the late 1970s. The law was made legal when the then-president Richard Nixon signed it in 1973. The intention of the law was directed at protecting the endangered species that was facing extinction in the United States of America and the world as a whole. The endangered species had succumbed to slow growth over the years that had passed. In order to protect the interests of these species, the Endangered Species Act was made legal as part of the economic growth changes hailed towards the development of the United States of America. The Endangered Species Act is administered by two federal agencies, the National Ocean and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), together with the United States Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS).
The Federal Government took the innate action of protecting the endangered species in the country. This was done as part of the programs that had been designed towards the protection of the endangered species in the United States of America and the world as a whole. The passing of the law was directed at protecting a number of species that had been seen to be on the rise for a number of reasons. The passing of the Endangered Species Act was a direct observation by the government towards the protection of the lives of many animals. These animals had been declared tentative to the survival of the natural flora and fauna in the world. The act gave a resounding system and management to the conservation of ecosystems that had endangered and threatened to endangered species. Some of the endangered species of the time included wildlife animals, plants and fish. Provisions of the act were diverse and rudimentary to the general health of the environment in the country.
The Endangered Species Act had several walls or pillars that supported the health of the environment. The health of the environment was upon the protection of the common grounds that were perceived as manageable and protective to a number of species that were facing extinction in the natural habitat. The Endangered Species Act gave authority to the determination and making lists of the endangered species that had faced imminent threats. A number of species like bison, passenger pigeon, whooping crane, and many others were facing extinction in the country. The Endangered Species Act provided for protection against any unauthorized taking, transportation, ownership, and sale of the endangered species within and outside the country. The forces within the law protected these species from being used by human activities that were directed at bringing change and management to the natural ecosystem in the United States of America.
The Endangered Species Act gave authority to the government to make acquisitions of the land over which the endangered species could be protected for a common use. The law gave way to the establishment of cooperative agreements together with aid that was directed at the establishment of equitable species for protecting and caring for the endangered species in the country. The law gave authority to many agencies that had a direct influence on the nature of change that was expected within the natural ecosystem in the country. Parts of the acquisitions were land and water conservation areas that were to be of immense importance to the establishment and continued conservation of the endangered species in the country.
The criminal and civil rights had to be assessed in case they had participated in violation of the act that had been passed. The act itself had been passed for protection and care for the animals in society. The society had been trusted to offer the necessary support that ensured the protection of the endangered species. In order to have enough exploits in the general performance of the Endangered Species Act, the act provided for the motivation of people who were active in bringing out criminals who were part of the human society endangering the species. For instance, the law provided for rewards to the people who identified other people participating in violating the laws that protected the existence and health of the flora and fauna within and outside the United States of America.
The scientific identification of the threats or degradation
Several scientific studies had shown numerous extinctions in the natural ecosystem. Bison was next to being extinct since most of them had disappeared in the natural ecosystem. The passenger pigeon had succumbed to the disappearance, an act that led to the call for protection of wildlife in the 1990s. According to a number of scientists, like George Bird, several articles expressed disappointment with the natural habitat activists in the country over the disappearance of a number of noteworthy species in the natural ecosystem.
The scientists had to introduce the concept of extinction into the public. This was directed in order to put them under equitable attacks to animals that were about to fade away in the country’s natural habitat. This was done because many people had participated in killing and trading many species that had a little number within and outside the natural ecosystem. Scientists had killed a number of animals for study and other research activities in the country. For instance, the number of museum species and curio collections had hit an increasing number while those living outside the natural ecosystem had succumbed to low and almost disappearing numbers.
One of the species which were facing immense degradation in the country was the whooping crane. This species had historical attention from Mexico, Canada to the Atlantic coast. There was intense hunting that led to the loss of the whooping crane within the natural habitat. The species had disappeared from the natural breeding ground in the north of the central parts of the country. Many other species had been declared in reducing numbers by the time the Endangered Species Act was passed. The prompting feature in the region was directed at the nature in which the country had been one of the rich places in the region.
Size of the economic costs of eliminating or diminishing the environmental hazard
The Endangered Species Act perceived animals as part of the lucrative commodities that brought immense benefits to the country. All the animals were regarded as of economic importance to the country. In order to foster equitable management of the animals, the Endangered Species Act was established amongst a number of other laws in existence. The Endangered Species Act made it possible to have a situation where all the parameters of control had to be controlled. The control measures were directed at having a solid formulation on the protection of the endangered species in the country.
The costs of eradicating the problems were a directive given to the government and people of the United States of America as at 1970. Those who participated in propagating the influence and activity of the Endangered Species Act were rewarded in monetary terms. These terms rose up to $50 000 with similar penalties given to those who fell into a trap of the Endangered Species Act. Moreover, the government of the United States of America spends an approximate of $1 billion. Terms and conditions within the act ensured that all the possibilities of dealing with the danger of the endangered species were rudimentary to the general performance of the act within and outside the United States of America.
The Endangered Species Act of 1973 was passed after a string of perceived threats to the natural existence of the natural ecosystems and their contents. The threats were directed at the animals and the public in the United States of America. It was risky to have the endangered species succumb to imminent losses from the government. Some of the organs that were to get negative perceptions and intentions from the loss of these products were the country and individual economic performances. These performances came from natural wildlife in the United States of America. The passing of the act was an attempt to stop further endanger of different species of animals in the United States of America.
The focus was on bringing the best government programs that would alter the depletion of the endangered species and lead to an increase in the number of endangered species. In the meantime, many animals that were directive for the wealth of the nation would be allowed to be on the increase through the acts of the Endangered Species Act. The act was called the ESA. The act was a combination of the number of laws that had been passed initially. For instance, the Endangered Species Act was a combination of the Endangered Species Preservation Act and the Endangered Species Conservation Act. Several other amendments have been made on the act in order to suit the finest evolutions and changes in the management of the natural animals in the United States of America.
Signing and functionality of the Endangered Species Preservation Act were directed at the production of all the endangered vertebrates that were likely to be facing the danger of extinction in the country. The act was directed at protecting these animals from the threats of killings and sale. The act was to make use of any possible means in order to stop further reduction of these endangered vertebrates. Therefore, the act prohibited the sales and killing of the endangered animals within the refuge of the wildlife system. Moreover, the act declared for a rudimentary approach of the management where new habitats could be established in order to host the endangered species.
The Endangered Species Act had several amendments from the Preservation Act. The amendments had been made due to the increase in the threats that were being posed to a number of animal species in the natural flora and fauna. For instance, a reduction in the number of breeding among the whooping crane became a significant issue that warranted a change of the legal frameworks in order to cater for the reductions. According to the new amendment, all the endangered species that had been declared as endangered in the world were supposed to be named and branded endangered in the United States of America. For instance, the act posted that all the endangered species including plants were to be declared endangered and hence brought under significant protection from the public eye.
The act was made possible with the extinction of a number of vertebrates in the whole world owing to the new approaches of living and animal trading. Extinction was a term that brought immense tension from the organs concerned in the country. Threats from the world extinctions like those of the dinosaurs and other ancient animals were significant in the passing of the Endangered Species Act. All the preventive measures contained in the act were directed at bringing the best forms of protection and care for the animals in society.
The natural environment was facing severe threats from the acts of global warming. With many nations declaring war on the possible global warming, the Endangered Species Act endeavored to protect animals and their natural habitat since they were perceived to be on their way to a reduction in the country. For instance, the passing of the Endangered Species Act came due to an increase in the essence of pollution and further destruction of the environment.
According to the precepts contained in the Endangered Species Act, not all the endangered species were supposed to be killed. Those threatened were subjected to deaths only under exceptional circumstances. Not all the listed species were supposed to be endangered in the whole world. In order to offer protection to all the endangered species, the Endangered Species Act split care and responsibility as from those under the fish and wildlife to that involving ocean and atmospheric protection interests. The federal actions that were supposed to increase protection of all the endangered species were protected against any dangers. These dangers came in the form of actions that threatened the existence and sustenance of the endangered species in the whole world. In order to pose equitable mechanisms of protection, the Endangered Species Act was directed at establishing possible trends of threats and dangers that were directed towards a number of animals within and outside the United States of America.
The perceived risks are distributed to the whole world. In order to deal with possible elimination measures, the threats were posed to the public and the country as a whole. Distribution of the threats meant that it was possible to have a situation where other animals start diminishing. Diminishing would occur if the necessary laws and regulations had not been put in place. In order to protect endangered species against further extinction, the threats were taken as the key to the general growth and development of the animal industry in the region.
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