By assuming the liability of big cats in cattle country, conservationists can reduce human-wildlife conflict.
Environmentalists using the Endangered Species Act for political purposes find a new mascot.
Two decades ago, Rick Stroup wrote about how the Endangered Species Act fueled animosity between endangered species and landowners. What has changed?
Private landowners are the driving force behind sage grouse conservation.
Ben Guillon, Geoff Smick, Rob Schell, Liz Agraz
How assigning property rights to protected species turned a landfill into a conservation bank.
Forest fires are raging across Southeast Asia, in what is being called “the biggest environmental crime of the twenty-first century.” A lack of property rights is partly to blame for the smoke and fires that plague the area.
How hunters helped develop the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation and saved America’s wildlife from the “tragedy of the commons."
Terry Anderson, Shawn Regan
If legal trophy hunting is banned, what will happen to the protected land that is conserved by hunting profits?
In Game Trails magazine, Terry Anderson writes that banning hunting is not the answer to wildlife conservation, and the story of Galana Ranch sadly proves it.
Miguel Llanos of NBC News surveyed Terry Anderson and other experts who reflect a movement that's evolved since the first Earth Day on April 22, 1970.