Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Environmental Policy That Slows Growth Is Brown, Not Green

From "Growth is Green" on The Percolator, The Free Market Environmentalism Blog:
"Economic growth is green,” says Dino Falaschetti, PERC’s new executive director. Growth occurs only when markets are allowed to work to move goods and services from low-productivity uses to high-productivity uses. "Making more with less is conservation. Making more with less is sustainable," adds Falaschetti. "When environmental policy puts growth at risk, it is brown, not green."

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