Wildlife & Water Markets on This Week's Stossel

Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Terry Anderson taping Stossel. Photo courtesy of Zack Donohew.
John Stossel & crew getting ready to interview Terry Anderson. Photo courtesy of Zack Donohew.

Should trophy hunting be banned? Does game hunting actually promote wildlife conservation? PERC Senior Fellow Terry Anderson, an accomplished bow hunter, weighs in on Cecil the lion and more on this week's Stossel.

Also on the show: Are California's water shortages manmade? Is drought shaming an effective solution? PERC alum Zack Donohew, a water economist at the University of Central Arkansas, busts some myths about the California drought.

Tune in to learn more on Stossel this Friday, September 4th at 8pm ET on the Fox Business Network.


Read more about hunting as a conservation tool:

Wildlife Conservation, a Pragmatic Approach by Will McShane

Landowners Are Our Friends
 by Terry Anderson

How Trophy Hunting Can Save Lions by Terry Anderson and Shawn Regan

Read more about the California drought:

What California Can Learn About Drought from the Land Down Under by Alison Grant and Jeff Bennett

How Taxing Organic Products Could Solve California’s Water Shortage by Terry Anderson and Henry Miller

Jennifer Keney is PERC’s Administration and Outreach Coordinator. Shortly upon graduation from Great Falls High School, she moved to attend college in Moorhead, Minnesota.  Keney graduated from Minnesota State University Moorhead in 2008 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Mass Communications with an emphasis in Advertising and Public Relations...
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