NCPA Media: Environment

  • 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.


  • Dec 30, 2009

    Nuclear Power Could Be Solution To New Energy Mandates

    New NCPA Report Says Nuclear Power is Safe, Reliable and Sustainable

    Since many state governments now require a percentage of their electrical power to come from approved "renewable" energy sources, now is a good time for policymakers to allow the U.S. to expand the use of nuclear power as a reliable form of energy, according to a new report by the National Center for Policy Analysis


  • Jun 03, 2009

    Climate Change Policies Won’t Impact Global Warming

    However, 10 Sensible Ideas Will Combat Global Warming Now and Boost the Economy


  • Jun 03, 2009

    Proposed Climate Change Policies Won’t Impact Global Warming

    However, 10 Sensible Ideas Will Combat Global Warming Now and Boost the Economy


  • Aug 22, 2008

    Federal Court Ruling Blurs Lines of Authority

    NCPA Expert Says EPA Authority over Pollution Monitoring Should be Maintained

    A federal appeals court ruling on pollution monitoring demonstrates a social justice view and not a constitutional view of government, according to NCPA Senior Fellow H. Sterling Burnett.


  • Aug 07, 2008

    Green Schools Don't Make The Grade

    Congress Prepares to Spend Billions for Green Schools But Data Doesn't Add Up

    As schools across the country prepare for a new academic year, Congress is considering spending $20 billion to support "green" school programs that have not been proven to work, according to a new report by the National Center for Policy Analysis.


  • Mar 13, 2008

    EPA Regulations Could Bankrupt U.S. Cities, Cost Millions

    Current Regulations Provide More Than Enough Protection-NCPA's Burnett

    The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is slated to announce a new national ambient air quality standard at 6 p.m. (EDT) today.  If set at the level originally proposed it sets an unreasonable standard for ozone air pollution and is unnecessary, according to NCPA Senior Fellow H. Sterling Burnett.


  • Feb 14, 2008

    NCPA's Burnett to Speak at the 2008 International Conference on Climate Change

    H. Sterling Burnett, senior fellow with the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA), will speak at the upcoming 2008 International Conference on Climate Change, the first major international conference to focus on issues and questions not answered by advocates of the theory of man-made global warming.