Sunday, October 15, 2006

How Principles and Liberty (Not Regulations) Solve Environmental Problems

The British long ago learned how to stop pollution of their rivers. Fishing rights in British streams and rivers are a private good that can be bought and sold. For the last century, polluters have been routinely dragged into the courts by angry owners and forced to rectify any damage they may have caused.

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