Evening Presentation: April 20, 2010: “Celebrating 40 years of Earth Day: Goodbye Gloom and Doom”

First Published: 2010-03-26

 

Join us for an Interesting Presentation and perspective from 

Laura Huggins 

on the topic 

“Celebrating 40 years of Earth Day: Goodbye Gloom and Doom” 

on

Tuesday, April 20, 2010, 6:30pm 

at The Retreat, Bahamas National  Trust, Village Road

 

Here is what you will learn:

• How Environmental Quality in The United States is improving

• How we can create environmental improvements using the powerful tools of the market, instead of government regulation

• How to avoid the guilt and sense of future dread that usually accompany the annual “Earth Day”

• The important role that strong Property Right laws have in maintaining a clean and sustainable environment 

 

For the past 40 years Earth Day has served as a global guilt-fest that views humans and the future with a sense of dread. Laura Huggins will brighten peoples understanding of the possibilities available when we create environmental improvements using the powerful tools of the market. 

(Click Here for a PDF copy of our announcement flyer.)

 

Admission: FREE
Light refreshments and a cash bar. 

Click Here to Register

 
LAURA HUGGINS:

Laura E. Huggins is a research fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University and serves as director of outreach with the Property and Environment Research Center in Bozeman, Montana.

Huggins is the coauthor with Terry Anderson of Greener Than Thou: Are You Really an Environmentalist? and Property Rights: A Practical Guide to Freedom and Prosperity and has edited Accounting for Mother Nature: Changing Demands for her Bounty and Population Puzzle: Boom or Bust?  

Her views have appeared in newspapers such as the Los Angeles Times and Washington Times.

 

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