The sad truth is that direct regulations have not eliminated overfishing but instead increased fishing costs for fishermen risking their lives on the high seas. The good news is that there is a better way to manage our ocean fisheries.
February 13, 2002 By Don Leal
Donald Leal, Holly Fretwell
This sketch of 27 state parks systems between 1980 and 1994, offers a brief look at the physical characteristics of each park system, its amenities and programs, visitation, fees and funding sources. A companion to the PERC Policy Series: Back to the Future to Save Our Parks, it examines the...
Sometimes "little green lies" bend the truth and become the basis for government policies that harm the environment.
By Pierre Desrochers and Hiroko Simizu
Jonathan Adler Editor Also read Tracy Mehan's review in the Environmental Forum
Terry Anderson, Reed Watson
This book presents the legal and policy analysis for federalism considerations in implementing ESA.
Roger Meiners, Andrew Morriss
Hundreds of billions in government subsidies for green energy will not reduce pollution or revitalize the job market Competitve forces working in a free market are the most efficient and effective way to achieve these results.