Co-sponsored programs between PERC and Liberty Fund are designed to expand and increase the scope of free market environmentalism. PERC and Liberty Fund conduct these educational programs to advance the exploration of liberty, the ideal of a free and responsible society, and the environment.
This program will raise essential questions about the individual, his continuing progress, and the nature of liberty. Participants will consider reasons for hope as well as pessimism. Which of the theories about the progress and decline of the human condition is most hopeful for freedom and why? Where are the most pressing challenges to civilization?
This colloquium will discuss with environmental leaders and environmental entrepreneurs the role that markets play in linking human action to the value of “ecosystem services.”
June 24-27, 2013
August 13-16, 2013
October 31-November 3, 2013
June 17-22, 2013
March 14-17, 2013
This colloquium, co-sponsored with Liberty Fund, will discuss with environmental leaders and environmental entrepreneurs the role that markets play in linking human action to the value of “ecosystem services.”Learn More >
January 24-27, 2013
This program will consider the idea of exchange as the basis for human social, intellectual, and economic progress. It will address essential questions about the individual, his/her continuing progress, and the nature of liberty.Learn More >
December 9-11, 2012
This colloquium will explore the relationship between liberty and property rights from a historical perspective, focusing especially on how these rights have been employed by and have impacted Native Americans.Learn More >