Free-Market Environment Policy
The NCPA provides common sense alternatives to the extreme positions that often dominate the public policy debate on the environment. With one of the largest collections of environment and energy experts and scientists in the world, the NCPA seeks to correct misinformation and promote sensible solutions to energy and environment problems.
The NCPA’s recently updated Global Warming Primer explains the complex issue of global warming/climate change in easy-to-understand language. In addition to the Primer, the NCPA has submitted expert testimony in conjunction with publishing various research studies that explore the barriers to rare earths mining, the reliance on China and other foreign sources, and the resulting implications of not having a robust rare earths mining, refining and processing capability in the United States.
Rare Earths and National Security
On November 2, the NCPA sponsored a conference on Capitol Hill that explored the direct link between national security and the domestic rare earths supply. Moving forward, the NCPA will remain at the forefront of this critical issue by forming a working group. To participate, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our Ideas in Action
- A Global Warming Primer, used by thousands of school children, adults and legislators, is an objective approach to global warming.
- Turning on the Lights, a study on market-based electric power across the United States.
Our Ideas in Progress
- Remove legal and regulatory barriers to domestic energy production
- Promote an energy-neutral national energy policy based on sound science
- Highlight how unsound regulations hinder environmental progress
- Publicize the cost and benefits of national and international efforts to restrict climate change
- A Global Warming Primer
- 10 Cool Global Warming Policies
- Reasonable Responses to Climate Change
- Carbon Offsets: No Sure Bet to Prevent Climate Change
- Experts' Opinions versus Scientific Forecasts
- Are Polar Bears Dying?
Energy and Our Future
- Solar Power Prospects
- The Fiscal Impact of the Offshore Drilling Moratorium
- Starting the Energy Technology Revolution through Competition