On Monday, September 7, at 7 p.m., Markets & Morality will host a webinar lecture by Dr. P.J. Hill, senior fellow of the Property and Environment Research Center and professor emeritus of Wheaton College. Dr. Hill will present on the topic “Stewardship for Everyone: An Economist’s Proposal for Environmental Health,” addressing real-world environmental issues through the lenses of Christian theology and economics. His lecture will be followed by a time of Q&A.

The event is online and free for the public, including those who might otherwise find it difficult to participate in an on-campus event. To register and later receive information on how to log on, please visit this website.

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Why Econ is for Lovers? Sarah’s work—and this website—isn’t just about her love for econ and a desire to share it, but rather that economics, as a tool of prudence, can help us to facilitate the Good of the other, that is to love well. (This slogan is also a whimsical reference to Sarah’s grad school home in Charlottesville as it echoes Virginia’s classic state tourism motto.)