The surviving wildlife migrations of the Yellowstone region are wonders of nature. The key to saving them is enlisting private landowners as allies.
Watch the latest film in PERC's Markets for Conservation series which shares the story of a market-based solution to the wild horse crisis.
Constitutional protections for property rights, if enforced properly, can protect vulnerable communities and advance environmental justice.
A podcast on the Antiquities Act and federal land management.
A podcast on the role of private investment in forest restoration.
How volunteers and enthusiasts help maintain access to highpoints across the 50 states.
Non-use bids offer an alternative avenue to determine the value of public land.
U.S. bird populations havedecreasedby an average of 30% over the last 50 years, but overcriminalization is not the only means to address this challenge.
For such a reintroduction to work, compromises must be struck.
Conserving migratory corridors will require creative solutions.
Should FEMA act as a national zoning board or use market incentives to reduce disaster risk?
County of Maui, Hawaii vs. Hawaii Wildlife Fund
Will Oregon reopen its water market?
Secure property rights are crucial in protecting individuals against pollution.
Should property rights give way if environmental cleanups seem too costly?
Rather than property rights and the environment being at odds, property rights are our most important tool for protecting the environment.
Lessons from Ducks Unlimited
Watch PERC's short film which tells the story of how trophy hunting is helping conserve African wildlife.
If we overlook the importance of private landowners in conserving wildlife, we risk jeopardizing what we love.
A podcast about free market environmentalism.
Earth Day is a moment to celebrate the gains of conservation and the natural world.
A collection of papers exploring the role market design plays in the distributional consequences of the transition to market-based environmental protection.