Cato Daily Podcast: Trophy Hunting and African Development

PERC research fellow Catherine Semcer talked with Cato Daily Podcast host Caleb Brown about the rapidly changing context of African wildlife conservation. Amidst growing economies, we must find ways to ensure wildlife conservation is economically viable and that animals are an asset to local people. Trophy hunting is one tool that can provide the incentives and revenue necessary to make conservation efforts more resilient while also conserving the health of ecosystems to make these efforts sustainable.

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