Environmental policy is trapped in the last century. Moving information, decisions, and responsibility closer to the problem improves the environment overall.
In a new book, Time to Think Small: How Nimble Environmental Technologies Can Solve the Planet's Biggest Problems, Director of the Center for the Environment at Washington Policy Center, Todd Myers, explains how smartphones and personal technologies have immense potential for environmental stewardship. Myers explores this “transformational shift” in environmentalism by analyzing how technological innovation mitigates climate risk better than politicians.
Please join CEI for an online discussion on the importance of technology and empowering individual choice in environmental solutions with author Todd Myers, in conversation with Kent Lassman.
"The future of environmental stewardship depends on technology and innovation. Todd Myers is a national leader on environmental policy and technology and understands how to create solutions that sidestep political gridlock." — John Connors, former Microsoft CFO