CFACT students at the University of Minnesota-Duluth decided to engage their campus by hosting a meeting to discuss how the free market can help the environment. They wanted to share CFACT’s unique brand of free market environmentalism with other students and get them involved in their club.
It was a great time. Many students showed up to hang out with their friends, enjoy some food, and learn more about helping out the environment. They also hosted CFACT Midwest Regional Director Justin Myhra, who helped explain CFACT’s unique mission.
Students were interested to learn about CFACT’s main issues. For some energy poverty grabbed their attention. Students were shocked to learn there are 1.3 billion people living without power. Others were interested in curbing big government’s invasion of our property. While others still were excited to go experience and protect nature.