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.
Efforts like the 30 by 30 initiative have the best chance of delivering the kind of conservation America needs when the government engages with the private sector as an equal partner.
A podcast on the role of markets in producing good environmental outcomes.
Expanding landowner hunting tag opportunities is one potential tool that would help offset the costs of elk, make them less of a liability, and promote tolerance and habitat conservation.
A podcast comparing the merits and shortcomings of different approaches to addressing environmental challenges.
A proposed Endangered Species Act reform may represent a point of agreement across presidential administrations.
A podcast on the gray wolf's recovery and the challenge of species delisting.