In the first book-length examination of environmental justice from the perspective of economics, a cast of top contributors evaluates why underprivileged citizens are overexposed to toxic environments and what policy can do to help.
In this innovative book, Laura E. Huggins finds path breaking entrepreneurial solutions to difficult environmental challenges in some of the world’s poorest areas.
In the University of New Mexico School of Law's Natural Resources Journal, PERC scholars examine the Valles Caldera Trust and other examples of voluntary stewardship.
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.
When Donald Leal and I wrote Free Market Environmentalism in 1991, we mostly theorized about how property rights and markets could enhance environmental quality. We focused more on political failures than market successes because there were more of the former than the latter.
Not surprisingly, global warming is getting the blame for drought conditions in many parts of the American We