MEDIA ADVISORY FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Craig Richardson
July 12, 2013 craigr@atinstitute.org
202-758-8301

Interviews and Press Availability for Greg Walcher, Author of
Smoking Them Out: The Theft of the Environment and How to Take it Back

Washington, D.C. — Greg Walcher is available for press interviews to discuss his new book, Smoking Them Out: The Theft of the Environment and How to Take it Back. Walcher has spent a lifetime working to conserve the environment, while providing the resources needed to sustain a prosperous economy today. Smoking Them Out is an Olympic-level reality check to out-of-control environmental policies that are destroying the economy, costing jobs, and doing little to help the environment.

Smoking Them Out is not just another doom and gloom look at overregulation in America’s environmental policies. Walcher also provides hard-hitting strategies and practical approaches for taking action before its too late.

WHO: Greg Walcher, a nationally recognized and respected leader in natural resources policy, who has more than 30 years of environmental policy experience in Washington, D.C. and Colorado.

WHAT: Greg Walcher is available to the media to discus his recently released book, Smoking Them Out: The Theft of the Environment and How to Take it Back. The American Tradition Institute published the book.

WHEN: Immediately

WHERE: Washington, D.C. area in person. Phone interviews also available.

Questions? Interested in interviewing Greg Walcher? Contact: Craig Richardson, craigr@atinstitute.org, 202-758-8301.

For more information about Greg Walcher and Smoking Them Out: The Theft of the Environment and How to Take it Back, please visit: www.smokingthemout.com.

ABOUT AMERICAN TRADITION INSTITUTE 
Walcher is a Board member and senior fellow with the American Tradition Institute (ATI), a public policy research and public interest litigation foundation. ATI, which published Smoking Them Out, advocates restoring science and free-market principles on environmental issues, including air and water quality and regulation, responsible land use, natural resource management, energy development, property rights, and principles of stewardship.

-30-