A selection of Reason's most incisive articles on population, pollution, resource depletion, biodiversity, energy, climate change, and the ideological environmentalists' penchant for peddling doom.
A review of the new book Tickets For The Ark, by Rebecca Nesbit
"Conservation will ultimately boil down to rewarding the private landowner who conserves the public interest," wrote naturalist Aldo Leopold.
Restoring up to 2.2 million square miles to nature
Doomslayer Julian Simon vindicated after 40 years.
But economic growth will reverse this trend by sparing lots more land for nature during this century.
Welcome to Anthropocene Park.
New predictions of animal population doom are likely exaggerated.
Most people are moving to cities and peak farmland is in the offing