Terry L. Anderson

Anderson is the John and Jean DeNault Senior Fellow the Hoover Institution, Stanford University; past president of the Property and Environment Research Center, Bozeman, MT; and Professor Emeritus at Montana State University. Much of his career has focused on developing the idea of Free Market Environmentalism, the title of his award-winning, co-authored book (3rd edition), outlining how markets and property rights can solve environmental problems. His talk, Rethinking the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation, will focus on rethinking the role of hunting markets in wildlife conservation. By understanding and focusing on the wildlife value chain including the demand for hunting and the supply of habitat, wildlife professionals can harness, rather than shun, market incentives as a tool for conservation.

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