Free Market Environmentalism for the Next Generation

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  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2015-02-04
  • Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan

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In 1991, Terry Anderson and Donald Leal set forth a new path for environmentalism - one which stressed how property rights and markets could help overcome policy and legal shortcomings, providing real-world solutions for impending environmental concerns. In this follow-up volume, the authors are joined with emerging environmentalists to outline further means for free markets to promote environmental solutions for problems ranging from alternative energy sources, rehabilitating fisheries, improving clean water efforts, and setting forth new horizons for "enviropreneurs."

Anderson and Leal expand upon their novel approaches to environmentalism, providing brand-new content for a new generation of thought - and most importantly - for a new period of environmental action.

Author Biography

Terry L. Anderson is the president of PERC (Property and Environment Research Center) and Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University. Anderson's work helped launch the idea of 'free market environmentalism' with the publication of his book by that title, coauthored with Donald Leal.

Donald R. Leal joined PERC (Property and Environment Research Center) in 1985 where he directed research until he retired in 2012 and became a Senior Fellow Emeritus. Leal's research focused primarily on comparing state and federal forest management, and on market-based solutions for preventing overharvesting of marine resources and restoring ocean fisheries.

Table of Contents

1. New Visions for the Environment

2. Rethinking the Way We Think Again

3. Who Owns the Environment

4. Revisiting the Federal Estate

5. Harmonizing Energy and the Environment

6. Tapping Water Markets

7. Fencing the Fishery

8. Calling on Communities

9. Enviropreneurs at Work

10. Pushing the Envelope

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