If preserving the species is the goal, free markets and property rights can succeed where regulation and wishful thinking have failed.
Terry Anderson, Hannah Downey, Holly Fretwell, Robert Nelson, Shawn Regan, Reed Watson, Michael Giberson
Eight policy ideas to deliver environmental and economic improvements for the lands, waters, and other resources under the control of the Department of the Interior.
How property rights are an effective means for conserving and recovering endangered species.
Why rewarding, rather than punishing, conservation on private lands could save more species.
In situations of human-wildlife conflicts, it is important to look for win-win solutions that avoid the fight.
As we consider the plight of the tiger, we ask whether commerce could be harnessed as a powerful ally for species conservation.
South Africa has lifted its ban on domestic rhino horn trade, allowing sustainable horn to compete with poached horn on the market. Do lovers of rhinos have cause for optimism?
South Africa has legalized domestic rhino horn trade. This trade will make rhinos an asset to local people, ultimately aiding in this endangered species's conservation.
Wendy Purnell, Todd Myers
AUDIO: From Earth Day fads to efforts at reducing elephant poaching, we address a number of environmental policies and trends. Plus, why have so many people stopped calling themselves "environmentalists"?
By assuming the liability of big cats in cattle country, conservationists can reduce human-wildlife conflict.