Free Market Forces Changing the Face of Environmentalism

Free Market Forces Changing the Face of Environmentalism

Environmental Policy Experts Available on the Future of Conservation
April 21, 2003

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Richard Morrison, 202.331.2273

 

<?xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags" />Washington, DC, April 21, 2003— As people around the world prepare to celebrate Earth Day, concerned individuals are realizing the meaning of environmentalism is changing.  Increasingly, private conservation and market-based strategies are replacing the bureaucratic management style of the past 30 years. 

 

This new, smarter environmentalism is being seen everywhere from the recently privatized fisheries of New Zealand to the California home of Sam and Vicki Sebastiani, 2003 Private Conservationists of the Year.  CEI has several experts in environmental policy who focus on the emerging trends that make up this new environmental approach. 

 

 

Environmental Experts Available in for Interviews

Fred L. Smith, Jr.

President

flsmith@cei.org

Recently seen and heard: Crossfire (CNN), Capital Report (CNBC) and USA Today.

Angela Logomasini

Director of Risk & Environmental Policy

alogomasini@cei.org

Recently seen and heard: United Press International, Greenwire, & The Washington Times.

Myron Ebell

Director of Global Warming & International Environmental Policy

mebell@cei.org

Recently seen and heard: The News Hour with Jim Lehrer (PBS), Hannity & Colmes (FNC), & Newsnight (BBC).

Sam Kazman

General Counsel

skazman@cei.org

Recently seen and heard: Today (NBC), The Economist, and The Wall Street Journal.

 

 

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