00:00    |    
Initial credits
00:21    |    
03:04    |    
Political environmentalism
03:52    |    
Environmentalist roles
05:29    |    
Free-market environmentalism
06:34    |    
Endangered species
07:20    |    
Preemptive habitat destruction
Red-cockaded woodpeckers
10:04    |    
Fishing regulations
11:21    |    
The alternative
11:51    |    
Principles of free-market environmentalism
13:14    |    
Elephant hunting
14:43    |    
Rights to wildlife in Africa
17:36    |    
Economic benefits
20:04    |    
Creating incentives in Peru
22:01    |    
Wolf preservation
24:51    |    
Elk and incentives for preserving habitat
27:21    |    
Fishing rights
28:27    |    
Water rights
30:52    |    
Property rights to fish (ITQs)
33:11    |    
River pollution
34:53    |    
Buffalo preservation
36:07    |    
Question and answer period
Political anthropology
Cement plant
Is economic growth a determining factor for environmental protection?
Air pollution
46:59    |    
Final words
47:27    |    
Final credits




Economic Analysis of the Improvement and Conservation of Natural Resources

18 de marzo de 2010   | Vistas: 16 |  

There is a common misperception that business and environmental interests are incompatible, yet programs around the world have demonstrated that environmental quality improves with economic growth. In this conference, Randy T. Simmons describes free-market environmentalism and the benefits it can provide to communities, wildlife, and the natural environment. The basic principle behind this concept is that if a natural resource pays, it stays, which consequently leads to preservation efforts. Simmons discusses examples of free-market environmentalism in action and examines the importance of property rights in successful conservation campaigns.

Randy T. Simmons is the Charles G. Koch Professor of Political Economy at the Economics and Finance Department of Utah…


Nuestra misión es la enseñanza y difusión de los principios éticos, jurídicos y económicos de una sociedad de personas libres y responsables.

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