Catherine Semcer: Poaching, Preserves, and African Wildlife (1h4m)

This episode features an interview of PERC Research Fellow Catherine Semcer from 2019 by Russ Roberts, host of EconTalk. The conversation discusses how allowing limited hunting of big game such as elephants and using revenue from hunting licenses to reward local communities for habitat stewardship has improved both habitat and wildlife populations while reducing poaching. Semcer draws on her experience as former Chief Operating Officer of Humanitarian Operations Protecting Elephants and also discusses recent efforts to relocate lions in Mozambique.

Listen To This Episode (1h4m, mp3, 64kbps)

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