The smarter, wiser, and more-talented half of the Boudreaux team has this very nice essay in yesterday’s edition of Nairobi’s The Nation. In it, Karol encourages Kenya’s government to increase that country’s elephant
population by lifting its ban on trophy hunting and by decentralizing
control over natural resources.
By the way, because of Karol’s leadership of Enterprise Africa! — and her work that grew out of that effort — she has been appointed to the Working Group on Property Rights of the U.N.’s Commission on Legal Empowerment of the Poor. This news is good for Karol; it’s wonderful for millions of poor people in Africa.