NCPA Media: Environment
Oct 29, 2013
SNL: NCPA senior fellow Sterling Burnett details the enormous role that shale reserves and natural gas will play in the future in a feature story on his latest research.
Oct 25, 2013
Energy In Depth: NCPA Senior Fellow Sterling Burnett’s issue brief on fracking highlights the potential for the US to become energy independent, as well as the problems created by federal regulations.
Oct 24, 2013
NCPA Study: The Federal Government Stands in the Way of Greater Supply, Lower Prices, and Increased Employment
NCPA: Fracking is currently responsible for more than 30 percent of U.S. domestic oil and natural gas reserves, and the National Petroleum Council estimates that 60 to 80 percent of all U.S. drilling over the next decade will require fracking.
Oct 10, 2013
Forbes: The EPA is currently developing new air quality rules that will have an unprecedented economic impact, says Sterling Burnett, senior fellow at the NCPA.
Oct 08, 2013
The Heartland Institute: Houston’s air quality has improved for reasons unrelated to EPA regulation, says NCPA senior fellow Sterling Burnett.
Oct 07, 2013
The Heartland Institute: Sterling Burnett, senior fellow at the NCPA, discusses climate and its relationship to the polar bear population.
Oct 03, 2013
The GEF is Corrupt, Ineffective, and Structurally Flawed: NCPA Study
The United States has spent $1.24 billion in taxpayer funds over the last twelve years to support the Global Environmental Facility (GEF), a United Nations and World Bank-led effort to benefit the environment. But according to a new report from the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA), the funds have been wasted on an international program that has spent more than a billion dollars while achieving no measurable environmental benefit.
Sep 23, 2013
San Diego Business Journal: San Diego plans to ban the use of plastic bags, though a NCPA study found that such bans can lead to layoffs and a decline in store sales.