"The nation finds itself struggling with forest management systems that do not work," says Roger Sedjo, a Senior Fellow with the Washington, D.C.-based research organization Resources for the Future. "The future management of the national forests is unlikely to be smooth, because no political...
Americans are on the fast track to land preservation as more and more federal land is set aside at an increasingly rapid pace. Now is the time to pause and ask if locking up great expanses of land provides the good stewardship that we want for our public lands.
Roger Meiners, Andrew Morriss
Two PERC researchers, reviewing the history of the banned pesticide DDT, have concluded that violation of private property rights lies at the heart of the conflict over DDT.
This paper, "Economic Growth and the State of Humanity," by Indur M. Goklany, emulates and builds upon the contributions that Julian Simon made in reporting on the progress of humankind.
How fishery management practices have lead to severely depleted fish populations.
When plans for a $243.5 million industrial park in Missouri failed to come together, the developers looked for an alternative way to profit from the site, creating the nation's first stream mitigation bank.
A former fisherman tackles restoration and bureaucracy.
Terry Anderson, Donald Leal
By Terry L. Anderson and Donald R. Leal
Terry Anderson, Bruce Yandle
Edited by Terry L. Anderson and Bruce Yandle