NCPA Media: Environment
Jan 17, 2007
Private Sector Should be Given Chance Where Government Has Failed, says NCPA Report
Government has poorly managed the public's natural resources as it struggles to balance public land uses, such as logging and recreation, with preservation of lands in their original state, according to a new report from the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA).
Dec 14, 2006
Congress Needlessly Ties States Hands, Says NCPA Expert
In one of its final acts, Congress voted to end a quarter-century offshore drilling ban and allow energy companies to tap natural gas and oil beneath waters in a small region of the Gulf of Mexico.
Dec 11, 2006
NCPA Study Shows How Regulators, Environmentalists and Journalists Exaggerate Levels and Risks
Contrary to what many environmental activists, regulators and journalists regularly assert, air pollution is not a growing problem or a serious threat to the public's health, according to a new study from the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA).
Dec 06, 2006
"The Public Has Been Vastly Misinformed," NCPA's Deming Tells Senate Committee
"The Public Has Been Vastly Misinformed," NCPA's Deming Tells Senate Committee.
Nov 29, 2006
NCPA Scholar urges Supreme Court to reign in states
The U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments today from several states and environmental groups who are claiming the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) must regulate gas emissions from new cars and trucks in an effort to prevent global warming.
Nov 16, 2006
NCPA Adjunct Scholars Avery and Singer Outline Unstoppable Climate in New Book
Human activities have little to do with the Earth's current warming trend, according to a new book by Denis Avery and Fred Singer, Adjunct Scholars with the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA).
Nov 08, 2006
Voters Respond to Supreme Court Ruling, Says NCPA Scholar
Lost in the buzz about a shift in control of Congress, voters in nine states took the first steps in reclaiming private property rights threatened by recent court decisions.
Nov 02, 2006
NCPA Expert Echoes Analysis That Sterns Review is Selective and Flawed
A recent report of climate change sponsored by the British government that argued the price of inaction would be extraordinary and the cost of action modest is selective in its research and flawed in its conclusion, according to H. Sterling Burnett, a senior fellow with the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA).