PERC research fellow Catherine Semcer sits down with Byron Pace of the popular podcast Into the Wilderness to explore how conservation is funded and how markets can incentivize conservation. They also discuss how harnessing regulated wildlife trade can help address social inequality and prevent viral spillovers into human populations.
Conservation pursued through the market and property rights is protected from shifting political winds.
A podcast exploring PERC's work on endangered species conservation and recovery.
PERC weighs in on the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s proposed rule change regarding critical habitat under the Endangered Species Act.
A podcast on the role of private lands in stewarding our public wildlife.
Protecting Wetlands: Environmental Federalism and Grassroots Conservation in the Prairie Pothole RegionHenry Holmes
Scaling back federal regulation over isolated wetlands reduces conflict between regulators and private landowners, aligning economic incentives with voluntary conservation objectives.