PRESS RELEASE: BCA Announces Partnership with the American Conservation Coalition
The British Conservation Alliance has officially joined arms with its American counter-part, the American Conservation Coalition, in a display of solidarity for the BCA’s free market environmentalist message.
The British Conservation Alliance (BCA) is proud to publicize its new relationship with the American Conservation Coalition (ACC), built on a shared desire to tackle environmental issues in their respective countries along pro-market lines.
The inspiration behind the founding of the BCA was partially sourced from the ACC’s activities in the United States, and accordingly the BCA hopes to emulate the ACC’s success in the United Kingdom. This partnership solidifies the links between the two organisations, demonstrating the grassroots yearning of young people in both countries to push more innovative environmental solutions into the national conversation.
The BCA founder and President, Christopher Barnard, added: “It is encouraging to see young people across the Atlantic taking charge and control of the environmental narrative. We are excited to work closely with the ACC, and hope to bring a fresh, free market approach to environmentalism to Britain as well.”
The BCA are looking forward to collaborating with the ACC and recognise that both organisations, although separate entities, remain firmly grounded in a common mission to educate and empower the next generation to tackle environmental degradation through harnessing the power of the free market.
About the BCA
The British Conservation Alliance is a non-partisan, non-profit organization founded on free-market, pro-enterprise principles towards environmental conservation. Its board of advisors include former Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, Amber Rudd, Ryan Shorthouse, the Chief Executive for Bright Blue, amongst others. The BCA’s core mission is to empower a new generation of conservative and libertarian-minded individuals to inject market-based environmentalist solutions into the political arena.