Terry Anderson, Donald Leal
Packed with examples, rather than theory, Free Market Environmentalism for the Next Generation offers new chapters, new authors, and compelling new stories of environmental entrepreneurs at work.
Georgia and Florida have taken their long-standing fight over water to the U.S. Supreme Court. Defining clear, enforceable, and transferable water rights could help ensure that water is allocated to productive uses and finally put an end to this water war.
These policy proposals will not magically increase water supplies in the Golden State, but they do offer a reasonable starting point for tapping water markets to make the most of California's scarce water resources.
It is time to return to Montana’s roots by honoring private property rights — and, indeed, by celebrating them.
Toxic algae is clouding Florida's waterways. History reveals that water markets have solved this issue in the past and can do so in the future.
Supreme Court unanimously concludes that jurisdictional determinations under the Clean Water Act may be challenged in federal court.
In a new video from ReasonTV, Reed Watson explains how government created an artificial shortage of our most essential resource.
Throwback Thursday: How "beneficial use" reforms and water leasing programs provide incentives to leave water in streams for fish.
2014 Julian Simon Fellow Werner Troesken, author of The Great Lead Pipe Disaster, provides some perspective on the water crisis in Flint, Michigan.
Reed Watson, Brent Fewell
The Department of Interior should be applauded for its efforts to harness water markets and habitat conservation, but the real success will be measured by the Interior's ability to get out of its own way, eliminating the rules and regulations that dis-incentivize conservation.