NCPA Media: Environment
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.
Jun 13, 1997
Theories about global warming and the proposed treaties to reduce climate change are based on disputed science and will shackle developed economies.
Jun 11, 1997
If climatologists cannot agree on a climate change diagnosis - some contend the earth is warming, some say it's cooling, others assess no significant change at all - is it appropriate to prescribe a "cure" certain to impose negative side effects?