Hear an Intelligence Squared dialogue on the ethics and economics of hunting.
Hunters contribute significantly to wildlife conservation efforts through licenses, taxes, and the purchase of big game permits in places like Africa.
Hunting has also become an important tool in the effort to control animal populations, to the benefit of humans and wildlife alike.
But are revenues really benefiting conservation and local communities?
Is hunting a humane way to maintain equilibrium and habitats, or are there better alternatives?
Join us for an Intelligence Squared Debate on hunting, this Sunday afternoon at 5 on the KSUT Sunday Special.