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is a resource economist, President and co-founder of Flourish (creation care ministry), environmental adviser, speaker and full-time faculty member at Emory University. He lives in Atlanta with his wife and three children.
By Rusty Pritchard on 02/18/2010
I often hear the claim that environmentalism is a kind of new religion, usually from folks who are trying to disparage the movement. I think it’s partly right but it’s not enough to claim that environmentalism seems like a religion. We have to provide some answers for what to do…
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By Rusty Pritchard on 11/16/2009
Public policy should focus more directly on the things that make people better off, rather than trying to control their reproductive decisions. Coercive population control is immoral, and other efforts at regulating population are less effective than helping families lead productive, rewarding, and flourishing lives.