All is not well on America’s public lands.
John Freemuth, , Jay O’Laughlin, Robert Nelson, Leisl Carr Childers, Randy Newberg, Holly Fretwell, Donald J. Kochan
A PERC forum
As locals clash with elk reintroduced to the Smokies, can strategies from the West serve as a blueprint to mitigate conflicts?
For some environmental groups, oil and wildlife never mix—except when it comes to their own property.
Tim Fitzgerald, Randy Rucker
How to rein in the costs of the federal government’s wild horse program.
As public land battles simmer, a new private model emerges to pay ranchers to conserve wildlife.
An experiment in western Uganda underscores a key lesson about how to align conservation incentives with people, wherever they may be: if you want it, buy it.
Instead of decrying human influence and prophesying environmental doom, we must identify harmful change and find responsible ways to fix it.
A decade after colony collapse disorder began, pollination entrepreneurs have staved off the beepocalypse.