The End of Doom: Environmental Renewal in the Twenty-First Century

America’s cancer rates are falling, world population is on the brink of decline, more and more land is being restored to nature, increasing wealth is leading to decreasing pollution, and the cost of clean energy may soon fall below that of fossil fuels. As author Ron Bailey reveals in this talk at the Cato Institute based on his new book The End of Doom, the way these trends can continue is not to retreat into a labyrinth of crippling regulation but to devise our own future based on continuing economic and technological progress.

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