NCPA Media: Environment

  • May 25, 2007

    Europe Lectures On Emissions, While U.S. Acts

    U.S. CO2 Emissions Fall While European Emissions Increased

    In the war of words over climate change, European policy makers often lecture their American counterparts about carbon-dioxide (CO2) emissions and the need to sign international energy reduction agreements. Yet recent reports show that the U.S. is actually doing a better job of controlling its CO2 emissions.


  • May 18, 2007

    Endangered Species Act Has Harmed Endangered Species

    Today is the second annual "Endangered Species Day," as declared by the U.S. Senate in honor of the Endangered Species Act. Yet rather than a cause for celebration, animal lovers and private property owners should view this day with sadness.


  • May 11, 2007

    Congressional Criticism Misses Mark On Gas Prices

    Focus Should be on Increasing Domestic Supplies, Not Punishing Producers, Says NCPA Scholar

    As gas prices passed the $3.00 a gallon mark, several members of Congress have taken aim once again at the oil companies, promoting everything from a windfall profits tax to breaking the oil companies up. Yet rather than attacking "big oil," Congress should look in the mirror.


  • Apr 24, 2007

    China Soon To Become Largest Greenhouse Gas Emitter

    Canada to Follow U.S. Policy Lead, Says NCPA Scholar

    News out of both China and Canada is bolstering the Bush administration's decision not to ratify the Kyoto global warming treaty, choosing instead to seek technological innovation and participation in the Asian-Pacific partnership on Clean Development and Climate.


  • Apr 11, 2007

    UN Climate Report Wrong On Hurricanes, Right On Adaptation

    Report High on Shock, Low on Evidence says NCPA Scholars

    According to the NCPA, the recent severe and costly hurricanes are the beginning of a completely natural, not at all unusual, multi-decadal cycle that scientists have monitored for more than 100 years.



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