This week my column is about green libertarianism, something that most people think doesn’t or can’t exist. I like the idea of merging green values with libertarianism because it seems to me that the only way we’re going to start engaging in serious preservation practices is by making them appeal to smart people who believe in the free market system (i.e., libertarians). This was definitely one of those columns where I was thinking while writing, sort of coming up with ideas as I went along. Towards the end, I began writing about what a green libertarian future would look like, which was probably the most interesting part for me. What do you think?