On the 40th anniversary of the Endangered Species Act, Laura Huggins at the Property and Environment Research Center takes a look at new, market-based approaches to habitat protection that can deliver better results for species at a lower cost. Laura is the author of the CLC’s policy paper on candidate species conservation.
Watch the video here.
Washington, D.C., Jan. 8, 2013 – As the nation strives to strengthen the economy and reduce federal spending, conservation requires new approaches and innovative ideas rooted in fiscal responsibility, limited government and market entrepreneurship in order to address America’s ongoing environmental challenges, a group of leading conservatives told an audience today at a landmark event in Washington, D.C. MORE
Augusta, Ga.–The Conservation Leadership Council (CLC) today convened leading experts to discuss new, local and market-based solutions to help cities and states fix crumbling water infrastructure for consumers and agriculture across the country, a challenge that could cost $1 trillion for drinking water alone. MORE