NCPA Media: Environment
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).
Oct 31, 2006
Adapting to Warming World Should Be Policy Focus, Not High Energy Taxes
The British government has enlisted the support of former Vice President Al Gore and has dispatched the author of a report warning of worldwide recession to the U.S. in an attempt to win American support for cutting carbon emissions to prevent global climate change.
Oct 25, 2006
NCPA Study Suggests Private Sector, Not Federal Regulation, Best Stewards
The U.S. Supreme Court missed a golden opportunity to give landowners, federal regulators and the states clear guidance about which wetlands are under federal control and what actions can be taken to protect and/or develop them.
Jul 27, 2006
NCPA Scholar Calls for Environmentalists to "Get Serious" About Energy Alternatives
As former Vice President Al Gore's global warming movie nears the end of its run in theaters, a new report from the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) suggests combating climate change requires creative thinking about the world's energy needs.
Sep 14, 2005
NCPA Study Shows Living With Climate Change Is Less Costly, More Beneficial
Trying to stop global warming imposes huge costs and provides very few benefits, according to a study authored by a Bush Administration analyst and released today by the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA).
Apr 07, 2005
Disparate Groups Find Themselves in Agreement
A burgeoning consensus among disparate groups driven by growing worldwide demand for electricity, advancing technology, improved safety and national security concerns is fueling revived interest in nuclear energy.
Jul 12, 2004
"Even Architects of Theory Now Admit They Made Errors," notes NCPA Report
A new report from the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) exposes serious problems with the historical climate trends reconstruction published by the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).