More Videos From Terry Anderson
Free market environmentalism addresses the root cause of environmental problems: the tragedy of the commons.
Free market environmentalism uses lessons from the market to solve the environmental problems stemming from the tragedy of the commons.
Hoover Institution Senior Fellow Terry Anderson responds to your questions on free market environmentalism.
There are important benefits that properly structured market forces can bring to environmental policy.
Scientific research suggests hydraulic fracturing’s risks are rare, but yields substantial economic gains.
Hydraulic fracturing regulations are inefficient and ineffective, yet property rights and water markets can reduce its risks and take advantage of its benefits.
Advancements in tracing technology enables the use of insurance, surety bonding, self-regulation, and third-party certification to more effectively regulate hydraulic fracturing.