PERC shares the tools and stories of free market environmentalism through multimedia as well as writing. Through PERC-produced videos and podcasts and appearances in mainstream media we are able to promote creative approaches to conservation based in property rights and markets.
View a full collection of PERC videos here.
Pay to Play: How markets and fees can enhance recreation opportunities and protect public lands.
Conserving Taimen in Mongolia: How fishing is recovering the at-risk taimen population in Mongolia.
Saving the American Serengeti: How the American Prairie Reserve has created a public-private partnership in eastern Montana to restore 3.5 million acres of native flora and fauna.
Radio and Podcasts
EconTalk: Catherine Semcer on Poaching, Preserves, and African Wildlife: PERC’s Catherine Semcer spoke with EconTalk host Russ Roberts about the role of incentives in preserving wildlife in Africa.
Enviropreneurs at Work – Hank Fischer: Fischer, a special projects coordinator for the National Wildlife Federation, tells the story of wolf reintroduction in Yellowstone National Park.
PBS – Living with Grizzly Bears & Wolves: PERC executive director Brian Yablonski appears on PBS EcoSense to discuss the challenges and conservation opportunities that come with living with apex predators.
NPR – National Parks Have a Long To-Do List but Can’t Cover the Repair Costs: PERC Research Fellow Holly Fretwell appears on National Public Radio’s Morning Edition to discuss market-based solutions to make our national parks more financially self-sufficient. Learn more about the segment here.