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Written by Mr. Gregory Evans

September 2001

Meeting Virginia's Environmental Needs in Tight Money Times
Meeting Virginia's Environmental Needs in Tight Money Times — Part of the Jefferson Institute's "Campaign 2001 Briefing Book" supplied to all candidates, this paper offers creative insight into the environmental issues facing the state of Virginia, and suggests common-sense solutions to protect our environment in ways that bring government and the private sector into partnerships rather than into conflict. View PDF File.

September 1999

Preserving Virginia's Heritage: Approaches for Protecting Open Space
Preserving Virginia's Heritage: Approaches for Protecting Open Space — Can the issue of "urban sprawl" be confronted without destroying the jobs that make our economy function and our standard of living one of the highest in the world? That question must be answered over the next few years as policymakers and decision leaders confront the issue, and this paper - originally distributed to all state legislative candidates - outlines some of the available options for preserving undeveloped land while our economy expands. View PDF File.

 

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