Georgia and Florida have taken their long-standing fight over water to the U.S. Supreme Court. Defining clear, enforceable, and transferable water rights could help ensure that water is allocated to productive uses and finally put an end to this water war.
Africa's elephant population has fallen by around 20 percent in the past decade. To protect elephants, the animals have to become assets to those who live with them.
As we celebrate National Public Lands Day, we can’t ignore the fact that the parks we love so dearly need help.
In order to preserve rangeland and ensure wild horses are protected, some form of population management is necessary.
We sat down with economist Chris Costello to learn more about invasive species and the role property rights play in their eradication.
In debates over access, we shouldn’t take for granted the important role of incentives in wildlife conservation.
In situations of human-wildlife conflicts, it is important to look for win-win solutions that avoid the fight.
Eating global based on affordability, availability, and quality may be a better way to conserve our resources than eating local.
As we face increasingly complex environmental issues, the next generation of enviropreneurs continues to show its capability to step up to the plate and make a difference.