Constant changes to environmental laws can have a negative impact on environment, UTSA professor says
Many environmental organizations have said the quick changes can have a negative impact on the environment. In San Antonio, Dr. Saugata Datta at UTSA new Institute of Research, Sustainability and Policy said there needs to be more time given to studying regulation changes. The environment constantly seeks a state of equilibrium and will react accordingly, Dr. Datta said. Despite the continual changes, Dr. Datta said we are fortunate to live in South Texas, where many environmental changes are noticeable. However, the federal government needs to invest more in long-term studies, so places like this can accurately gather data, Dr. Datta said.