On August 7, the day my wife and I arrived in Kamloops, British Columbia, the headline in Canada’s national newspaper read “Tories Prepare New Native Land Plan.” We were in Kamloops to meet with Manny Jules, former chief of the Kamloops Band of the Shuswap First Nation a
By Terry L. Anderson | Step away from the blackboard
September 2007Volume 25 | Number 3 ON TARGET By Terry L. Anderson
ON TARGET Fightin' or Drinkin' By Terry Anderson PERC Reports, June 2007
Building the university of free market environmentalism will require a combination of business acumen and environmental passion.
The backlash from the Supreme Court's Kelo decision could relax land-use regulation around the country. And well it should.
Blackfeet Gathering, an oil painting of teepees, illustrates private property among American Indians. It is available by auction.
Environmental entrepreneurs should have a business plan just as any other entrepreneur, but for my business- school students this is a revelation.
Eighteen young conservationists spent the month of June in Bozeman, Montana, attending the Kinship Conservation Institute. At KCI they learned about, discussed, and critiqued free market environmentalism.
“In times of change learners inherit the earth; while the learned find themselves beautifully equipped to deal with a world that no longer exists.” —Eric Hoffer By Terry Anderson
Luddites can thwart even the best enviropreneurs; they see solutions as problems.
If you are in favor of economic growth, free markets, and less government, join the Green Tea Party and support Kermit the Frog for president.
Nobel laureate Ronald Coase recently celebrated his 100th birthday. What an impact his career and long life have had on PERC and free market environmentalism!