NCPA Media: News Release

  • Jun 22, 2007

    Proposed EPA Smog Standards Unrealistic

    Air Pollution Hysteria Prompting Unfounded Ozone Fears, Say NCPA Expert

    Reducing smog emissions standards from the current 85 parts per billion (ppb) to between 70 ppb and 75 ppb, as recently suggested by the Environment Protection Agency (EPA), is virtually impossible.


  • Jun 21, 2007

    China Surpasses US As Top CO2 Emitter

    If Emissions Must Be Cut, Developing Countries Need To Participate, Say NCPA Experts

    China is now the world leader in carbon dioxide emissions, news that reinforces the need for the developing countries to be included in plans to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.


  • Jun 06, 2007

    New EPA Wetland Regulations A Victory For Private Property Owners

    Agencies Must Now Demonstrate Strong Burden of Proof to Protect Seasonal Wetlands

    The Environmental Protection Agency and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers have issued guidelines for determining whether seasonal wetlands fall under government jurisdiction, finally giving landowners, federal regulators and state officials clearer guidance about which wetlands are under federal control.


  • 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.



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