Katrina Wyman is continuing to advance ideas to reform the Endangered Species Act developed as part of the Breaking the Logjam project.
Her article in the NYU Environmental Law Journal Breaking the Logjam Symposium, “Rethinking the ESA to Reflect Human Dominion Over Nature,” 17 N.Y.U. Envir. L. J. 490 (2008), was selected in 2009 by a joint group from the Environmental Law Institute and Vanderbilt Law School as one of the best articles of the year offering legal and policy solutions to pressing environmental law problems, and published in a condensed form in 40 Environmental Law Reporter News & Analysis 10803 (2010).
She presented her proposals for reforming the Endangered Species Act at a conference co-sponsored by the Environmental Law Institute and Vanderbilt University Law School in April 2009 in Washington, D.C.
Her additional publications include:
Politics and Science in Endangered Species Act Listing Decisions in Institutions and Incentives in Regulatory Science 99 (Jason Scott Johnston, ed., Lanham, Maryland : Lexington Books, 2012)