NCPA Media: Environment
Nov 06, 2014
The Washington Times: The Republican’s midterm victories could signal renewed hope for the Keystone XL Pipeline, says NCPA Senior Research Associate Lloyd Bentsen IV in an article at The Washington Times.
Oct 21, 2014
GMOs Could Be The Solution to Global Malnutrition: NCPA Report
NCPA: Decreasing the regulations on genetically modified crops could be a valuable strategy in combatting the growing deficit between food supply and global hunger, according to a new report from the National Center for Policy Analysis.
Oct 21, 2014
LA Daily News: GMOs could be used to combat the deficit between food supply and hunger, says NCPA Research Associate David Weisser in a LA Daily News article.
Oct 07, 2014
American Thinker: Only 60 percent of the federal fuel tax revenue goes towards highways, bridges, and roadways, according to an NCPA report featured in an American Thinker article.
Oct 02, 2014
Yahoo! Finance: Employers impacted by California’s plastic bag ban were forced to cut employment by almost 10 percent, according to an NCPA report featured at Yahoo! Finance.
Sep 26, 2014
‘Boots’ Debate Could Stymie War Vote — Durbin Knocks DoD Over 'Limited' Immigration Change — Can Bogdan Write an F-35 Success Story?
Politico: A disruption of the supply in rare earths could spell danger for the U.S., according to a NCPA rare earths briefing featured in Politico Morning Defense.
Sep 25, 2014
National Journal: The National Center for Policy Analysis will release two new studies at its Rare Earths briefing, reports The National Journal.
Sep 19, 2014
NCPA Rare Earths Briefing & Two New Studies: September 26
NCPA: Rare earth metals, elements found in the earth’s crust, are highly critical components in a vast range of goods, including cancer treatment drugs, solar and wind energy, consumer electronics, and national defense applications. The National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) will outline Congressional options for expanding rare earth production and cutting America’s reliance on China in a Capitol Hill briefing Friday, September 26 in Washington, D.C.