Chapter One: Political Environmentalism
Published: November 12, 2019
People are more likely to conserve when they have a private interest in doing so. Environmental markets are a way of achieving our environmental goals at a lower cost and with less contention. Regulatory agencies create unwanted results and move too slowly to fix their unintended consequences. Markets move at the speed of human ingenuity.
Video Recorded: August 22, 2019
- How can markets protect endangered species?
- How would free-market environmentalists protect endangered species?
- For more, read Free Market Environmentalism for the Next Generation, by Terry Anderson and Donald Leal, available here.
- Watch “Terry Anderson Asks Who Washes A Rental Car?” Available here.
- Watch "A Better Way to Preserve the Environment" by Terry Anderson. Available here.
- Watch "Office Hours: Terry Anderson On Free Market Environmentalism," available here.
- In “We’re All Environmentalists Now” Terry Anderson makes a case for markets. Available here.