NCPA Media: Environment

  • Dec 18, 2001

    Is The Clean Power Act Really Just Kyoto Cloaked As Bad Economics?

    NCPA Senior Fellow Sterling Burnett Says Including CO2 As A Pollutant Has That Effect

    According to an analysis released today by the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA), the inclusion of carbon dioxide as a covered pollutant, raises questions as to the true goal of the bill.


  • Nov 13, 2001

    NCPA: U.N. Report Misleads Policy Makers About Climate Change

    Signatories to the Kyoto protocol on global warming will soon begin debate on whether to ratify the treaty in wake of a deal reached in Morocco this weekend at the United Nations conference on climate change.


  • May 30, 2001

    NCPA Joins Coalition To Advocate Reasonable Energy Planning

    NCPA's Burnett Calls Bush Plan Realistic

    The National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA), has joined with the 21st Century Energy Project (21CEP) in support of a reasonable and balanced approach to planning a national energy policy.


  • May 14, 2001

    Bush Energy Plan Offers Balanced Approach

    In anticipation of the announcement of President Bush's national energy strategy, H. Sterling Burnett, senior policy analyst with the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) signaled his optimism that the administration will unveil a plan with "a proper and realistic balance between energy and environmental concerns."


  • Aug 30, 2000

    Worst Fire Season In A Century Made Worse By Unwise Federal Policy, Says NCPA Report

    Forest fires continue to rage throughout much of the western United States, turning 2000 into one of the worst fire seasons in a century. So far this year, more than 55,000 wild fires have blackened more than 4 million acres.



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