WPC's Center for the Environment brings balance to the environmental debate by promoting the idea that human progress and prosperity work in a free economy to protect the environment.
Inaccurate and misleading University of Oregon study used in Governor Inslee’s climate Executive Order
Todd Myers, Director, Center for Environment, October, 2014
Todd Myers, Director, Center for the Environment, October, 2014
The goal isn’t to blindly promote renewable energy.
Todd Myers, Director, Center for the Environment, September, 2014
Imagine walking up to someone sitting in a Lexus and offering a $5-an-hour job flipping burgers. How many people do you think would accept? Probably none.
Todd Myers, August, 2014
Todd Myers, Director, Center for the Environment, May, 2014
Whatever the EPA does about coal, there are several realities that will continue to dictate the future of coal in our energy mix.
Todd Myers, Director, Center for the Environment, via the Independence Institute, April, 2014
According to the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), Chipeda Elementary in Colorado’s Mesa Valley School District 51 is not simply a green school; it is in fact a green model for other schools.