The shadowy "precautionary principle" is stopping progress and distorting priorities.
J. Bishop Grewell
Are entrance charges keeping low-income people from enjoying the outdoors?
A friendly critic questions the justice and practicality of PERC's environmental approach.
This selection from a new book reveals some unintended consequences of environmental laws.
A scholarly article supports Environmental Protection Agency regulation of air pollutants.
The rising global demand for paper is forcing producers to look beyond trees to crops such as flax and hemp. The increase in forests set aside for wildlife preserves and recreation is also reducing the availability of wood pulp typically used in papermaking.
In Wyoming's Powder River Basin, efforts to access a major new source of natural gas stalled when drilling for coalbed methane also produced millions of gallons of tainted groundwater.