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PERC at Cheyenne Mountain Resort: July 2016

Free Market Environmentalism for the Next Generation
Friday, July 22, 2016
8:00 am – Noon
Cheyenne Mountain Resort
3225 Broadmoor Valley Road
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80906
Can economic growth promote environmental quality? 
Can private property rights and the rule of law do a better job of protecting the environment than government bureaucracies and regulations? 
Can markets and the process of voluntary exchange foster cooperation, rather than conflict, over environmental resources?
Environmental scholars and entrepreneurs from PERC say “yes” to all of the above. They will explain why in a half-day seminar introducing participants to free market environmentalism.
Event starts with juice and coffee at 8:00 AM; program starts at 8:30 AM. Lunch is provided.
The event is sponsored by the Woodford Foundation for Limited Government. Registration limited to 75 attendees. Register online.

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Terry Anderson is the William A. Dunn Distinguished Senior Fellow and former President and Executive Director of PERC as well as the John and Jean De Nault Senior Fellow atthe Hoover Institution, Stanford University. The author or editor of 37 books, Anderson’s research helped launch the idea of free market environmentalism and has prompted public debate over the proper role of government in managing natural resources.

Scott Campbell is a conservation planner and consultant, and the principal of Innovative Consevation Solutions, LLC (ICS). ICS offers strategic consultation, planning, and project management services to landowners, NGOs, state and local governments, special districts, and cross-sector group collaborations such as the agricultural-land-retention/municipal-water-supply-planning project in Colorado’s Arkansas River Valley. Campbell was the 2015 Lincoln Loeb Fellow at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design and a joint fellow at the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy.

Reed Watson is the Executive Director at PERC, the Property and Environment Research Center. Watson leads PERC’s efforts to improve environmental quality through property rights and markets. His research focuses on the implementation of market-based solutions to natural resource confl icts focusing particularly on water, wildlife, and public land issues.

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