Private Conservation of Wildlife in Africa


Como a aplicação de direitos de propriedade privada, sobre animais selvagens em perigo de extinção, levou a uma aumento considerável na população destas espécies.


Por outro lado, onde estas experiências foram rejeitadas, o resultado foi o inverso.

"Unfortunately, in east Africa they essentially rejected all of these approaches - rejected ownership of wildlife, rejected economic value to wildlife, rejected hunting, and so on. During this period in east Africa, their black rhino population plummeted from about 17,000 to less than 1,000. Yet, on the reverse of the side showing the lack of property rights is the side reported by Brian Seasholes showing that the creation of property rights caused wildlife to flourish."

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