‘Free Market Environmentalism’ on Campus

Terry Anderson joins Andy Nash this week on InsideAcademia.tv for a discussion on “Sustainability and ‘Free Market Environmentalism.’” Anderson is executive director of the Property and Environment Research Center. He explains how the “arrogance of academics” limits free discussion of the potential for “environmental entrepreneurship.”

With Earth Day — perhaps best thought of as the Easter of the post-modern era — nearly upon us, this is an illuminating conservation on a too-little discussed field in conservation and conservatism.

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