NCPA Media: Environment
May 17, 1999
The United States would have to cut its energy use by one-quarter - the equivalent of stopping all highway, rail, sea and air traffic permanently - to meet the requirements of the Kyoto global warming accord.
Mar 24, 1999
Criticism that "urban sprawl" damages the environment and threatens open spaces is based on false beliefs.
Nov 24, 1998
NCPA Environmental Expert in Washington Free-market Analyst to Talk Global Warming, Endangered Species and More!
H. Sterling Burnett, an environmental policy and gun law analyst with the Dallas-based National Center for Policy Analysis will visit Washington to discuss possible changes to state and federal public forest management with congressional offices and targeted revisions of the Endangered Species Act with the Endangered Species Coalition.
Dec 05, 1997
The global climate change treaty under discussion in Kyoto, if agreed to by the U.S., will have a significant impact on the Texas economy.
Oct 28, 1997
The National Center for Policy Analysis and Texas Citizens for a Sound Economy will host a reception Wednesday, October 29, 1997 to discuss the impact on Texas of a global climate change treaty.
Sep 29, 1997
Experts at a Senate briefing on global warming say the international climate change treaty set for discussion at President Clinton's October 6th summit does not consider the economic impact on industrial countries and will exempt developing countries from any restrictions.
Sep 25, 1997
The National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) and the Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI) will sponsor a Senate Briefing on Global Warming to address the global warming myths that are serving as the backbone of an internationally binding environmental treaty due to be signed this December in Kyoto, Japan.
Jun 27, 1997
President Clinton has pledged U.S. commitment to an internationally binding Global Climate Treaty, but his lack of specifics during Thursday's speech to the United Nations Earth Summit enraged radical environmentalists.