The Atlas Society Asks Brian Yablonski

August 12, 2021 00:59:46
The Atlas Society Asks Brian Yablonski
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Show Notes

Brian Yablonski is the CEO of Property and Environment Research Center (PERC), an organization dedicated to conservation and free market environmentalism. He also served as chairman of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. He has also been awarded for his work, named “Florida’s Wildlife Conservationist of the Year” in 2009 for his work advancing private land stewardship and presented with FLorida Audubon’s highest honor, “Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Award,” for his work on coastal bird species conservation. Tune in to hear about his research on market approaches to wildlife conservation and improving public lands management.

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