NCPA Media: Environment

  • Apr 02, 2010

    Are The President's Offshore Drilling Plans A Ploy For Republican Support?

    NCPA Expert Says Concessions Are an Attempt by President Obama to Pass Climate Legislation

    President Obama's proposal to allow oil and gas drilling near Virginia's shorelines and in the eastern Gulf of Mexico should be his stumbling first step towards opening the nation's vast offshore reserves to oil and gas exploration and production, according to NCPA Senior Fellow, H. Sterling Burnett.


  • Mar 29, 2010

    Roadblocks Should Be Removed From Nuclear Power Development

    New NCPA Report Offers Solution to Nuclear Waste Storage, Allowing U.S to Jumpstart Nuclear Power Projects

    Dallas - Although President Obama said he'd like to triple the amount of loans the federal government guarantees to jumpstart seven to 10 new nuclear power projects over the next decade, only a fraction of those new nuclear reactors will likely be built, according to a new analysis by the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA).


  • Feb 25, 2010

    New Report Reveals Developing Countries Control The Climate Thermostat

    New NCPA Report Shows that Emissions Cuts in the U.S. Won't Reduce CO2

    Dallas - A proposed climate change treaty that requires the United States to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions up to 80 percent and developing countries to reduce emissions very little, if at all, would not have the desired effect of decreasing future warming, according to a new report by the National Center for Policy Analysis.



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