Water Logged

By James Lucas It is the holy trinity of the new Green Economy–a company which improves the health of the natural ecosystem, makes places safer…

Transforming Pollution Into Profits

By Gijsbert Nollen Every year, Thailand’s largest agroindustrial companies discharge approximately 175 million cubic meters (6.18 billion cubic feet) of water into open air lagoons,…

Get ‘er Done

By Terry L. Anderson When PERC started in 1980, it was a small think tank. People at PERC did research and published it in academic…

Dams:

ECONOMIST, n. a scoundrel whose faulty vision sees things as they really are, not as they ought to be.—after Ambrose Bierce By Daniel K. Benjamin…

Opinions

PERC Reports offers optimism and encouragement to climate change doomsayers. PERC advocates free market solutions for environmental problems, finding solutions where others find only frustration.…

Impressions

Compiled by Timothy M. Cranston   Up in Smoke “A problem that the Forest Service created—excess fuels—prevents appropriate burning, and so the problem grows. It…

Montana Under Glass

Compiled by Linda Platts All around Montana, broken beer and wine bottles are showing up on roads and walkways. Admittedly, these are not the sharp,…

Simmering Mediterranean keeps it cool

A five-story building in southern Athens is being hailed as possibly the most energy-efficient building in the world. Considering the public’s growing interest in green…

From Demolition to Deconstruction

Compiled by Linda Platts Normally, when a home or commercial building needs to be torn down, the owners call in the muscle—heavy equipment such as…