• 00:00    |    
    Initial credits
  • 00:06    |    
    Introduction by Luis Figueroa
  • 00:14    |    
    Can you share your experience in market ecology?
  • 02:41    |    
    Does the payment for conservation of sea turtle eggs rise its price?
  • 03:02    |    
    Once you get the eggs, what do you do with them?
  • 04:08    |    
    Where does the money come from to pay for the protection of sea turtle eggs?
  • 04:51    |    
    Was it difficult to approach the local people in Nicaragua's beaches?
  • 05:42    |    
    How do you measure the success of the programs at Paso Pacífico and Property and Environment Research Center (PERC)?
  • 06:42    |    
    Final words
  • 06:47    |    
    Final credits

Relationship between Free Market and Ecology

New Media  | 15 de mayo de 2015  | Vistas: 36

Wendy Purnell talks about market ecology in Nicaragua. She comments on the work that the Property and Environment Research Center (PERC) does on free market environmentalism together with Paso Pacífico in Nicaragua, an organization dedicated to the conservation of biodiversity. She explains the work they have been doing protecting endangered sea turtles, and how they managed to deal with local people to stop them from harvesting sea turtle eggs from the beaches, and that way helping better the environment by using free market tools.


Wendy Purnell is Director of Outreach at Property and Environment Research…