Why has environmentalism come to be considered a left-wing agenda, even though much of its history has conservative roots? And what does it even mean to be conservative when it comes to conservation and environmental issues?
Quill Robinson has some ideas about this. He is Vice President of Government Affairs for the American Conservation Coalition, and spends much of his time in Congress advocating for what he considers pragmatic, bipartisan policy solutions to environmental challenges. He turned conservative after witnessing the defeat of one such policy solution by progressive organizations early in his career.
Links to resources:
American Conservation Coalition - The organization that Quill works for.
Green Philosophy: How to Think Seriously about the Planet - Perhaps Roger Scruton's best-known book on conservation and the environment.