Part 3: This Earth Day, bring environmental policy into the 21st century

Yesterday was Earth Day. Below is the third part of a three-part column by Todd Myers. You can read Part 1 here and Part 2 here. Key Difference #3: Personalized Approaches or One-Size Fits All? The image of pollution the left likes to promote is of a few smokestacks or pipes polluting the air and water. That […]

Part 2: This Earth Day, bring environmental policy into the 21st century

Today is Earth Day. Below is the second part of a three-part column by Todd Myers. You can read Part 1 here. Key Difference #2: Results or Symbolic Gestures? If you listen to Governor Inslee talk about climate change, the word you hear most is “leadership.” Leadership for politicians, however, is just another word for […]

This Earth Day, bring environmental policy into the 21st century

Look at a map of Washington. There is a simple and obvious fact: the people who embrace the free market are the same people who live nearest to nature. Conversely, those who call themselves environmentalists choose to live in urban areas where nature has been paved over and destroyed. On Earth Day, environmental activists will […]

Part 1: This Earth Day, bring environmental policy into the 21st century

Tomorrow, April 22, is Earth Day. Below is the first part of a three-part column by Todd Myers. Look at a map of Washington. There is a simple and obvious fact: the people who embrace the free market are the same people who live nearest to nature. Conversely, those who call themselves environmentalists choose to […]