Ahead of the 50th Anniversary of the Endangered Species Act this December, a new report from PERC, explores creative ideas to improve the landmark law’s conservation outcomes.
Conservationist Travis Brammer to lead new home for groundbreaking field projects that prototype creative solutions to protect land, water, and wildlife.
Today, the Supreme Court ruled unanimously in favor of the Sackett family in their years-long legal battle with the Environmental Protection Agency.
We are thrilled to elevate Stoellinger’s role as she expands her work related to wildlife and natural resource law.
The Bureau of Land Management’s rule change is a big step in the right direction toward putting conservation on equal footing with other land uses.
The legislation encourages water conservation, restores tribal sovereignty, and benefits western communities.
We are thrilled to elevate Bryan’s role as he expands his work addressing conservation issues across the West.
The Conservation Law and Policy Center links PERC’s research with legal and policy reforms that address conservation challenges through cooperation, market solutions, and incentives.
New research provides the most comprehensive analysis of NEPA’s impact on wildfire mitigation.
The new leaders will help PERC realize its five-year vision to conserve land, water, and wildlife through incentives, property rights, and partnerships.