Expanding the use of prescribed fire on state, private, and tribal land would have significant benefits for forest resilience, community protection, and environmental conservation.
Endangered Species Day is an appropriate day to consider how markets can help recover the grizzly and other species.
Using market forces to address flooding.
Is a tree more valuable if harvested now, in a decade, or not at all? These questions tee up the issue of option value.
Environmentalists have something to gain from reducing unnecessary permit burdens.
Markets to address stream quality issues should include water quality trading.
Statement prepared by Catherine Semcer and presented by Hannah Downey for the U.S. Department of the Interior’s International Wildlife Conservation Council on market approaches for wildlife conservation in Africa.
Incentives and voluntary cooperation are a win-win for the greater sage grouse.
An alternative idea on how to best spend money to conserve endangered species.
Sometimes, productive use of land is beneficial for conservation.