How restoring the Endangered Species Act’s two-step process can prevent extinction and promote recovery.
Read PERC's testimony before the U.S. Senate Committee on Energy & Natural Resources.
Eastern states demonstrate innovative state land policies that provide lessons for federal land management.
Human prosperity is the engine of environmental improvement.
For the price of an ice cream cone at Yellowstone’s Canyon Lodge we will collectively be investing millions in the future of our beloved public lands.
The "fix" will free up funds to spend on forest restoration projects but will do little to reverse the recent increase in wildfire expenditures.
Our national treasures are too important to hang on the whims of political funding decisions.
In Mongolia, Taimen, a fish in the salmon and trout family, are being protected by catch-and-release fishing.
Where property rights have been made clear, secure, and transferable, overfishing has been reduced.
Economists Steve Miller and Robert Deacon examine the management of bycatch in the U.S. West Coast groundfish fishery.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service chooses cooperation over conflict.
After dizzying flip-flops, will the US continue to support hunting-based conservation programs?
Settling a lawsuit brought by 20 states, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will reconsider critical habitat regulations. What will this mean for conservation?
It’s time for Congress to act to provide meaningful co-management of Bears Ears to Native Americans.
If tribes are going to get more say in protecting sacred sites, like Bears Ears, they will have to have a greater role than consultation.
Eight policy ideas to deliver environmental and economic improvements for the nation's lands, waters, and other natural resources.
Free market environmentalism avoids excessive reliance on criminal enforcement and can address environmental issues before they arise.
Innovative technologies are increasing access to clean water and reducing waste.
Several changes to state regulation of surface water could help make its use more efficient and help states adapt better to climate change.
The environmental movement will have to rely more on market solutions if we wish to conserve our precious natural resources.
The role of tax incentives in promoting a fast-growing and novel type of conservation: voluntary, permanent restrictions on private land use through conservation easements.
James Workman, co-founder of AquaShares, tells the story of water marketing and the resulting conservation benefits.