NCPA Media: Environment

  • Sep 13, 2012

    The story behind rising gas prices Many factors can explain rising gas prices including the political stability of producer countries, says NCPA Senior Fellow Sterling Burnett.

  • Sep 06, 2012

    The Pro's and Con's of Romney's Energy Plan

    Energy Tribune: Governor Romney’s energy plan is a clear winner compared to President Obama’s, however some improvements should be made, says NCPA Senior Fellow Sterling Burnett.

  • Sep 04, 2012

    SOLANA BEACH: Some shoppers souring on bag ban

    North County Times: Grocers could see a dip in sales after plastic bag bans are incorporated, according to a new study by the NCPA.

  • Aug 26, 2012

    Can Ethanol Cut Foreign Oil Imports?

    Forbes: Ethanol is bad for the economy, bad for consumers and bad for the environment, says NCPA Senior Fellow Sterling Burnett.

  • Aug 26, 2012

    Obama and Romney: Electrifying the Energy Debate

    Energy  Biz: Government incentives for all types of energy should be discontinued, says NCPA Senior Fellow Sterling Burnett.

  • Aug 24, 2012

    Romney plan gets cheers, jeers from Democrats, industry groups

    Oil and Gas Journal: Expanding domestic oil production and allowing states to manage public land, are two positive aspects of Governor Romney’s energy plan. However, continued support of the federal Renewal Fuel Standard is a mistake, says NCPA Senior Fellow Sterling Burnett.

  • Aug 23, 2012

    NCPA: Romney's Overall Energy Plan Gets A 'B'

    Better to Halt All Energy Subsidies, Including Those to Fossil Fuels

    Proposed energy policies outlined today in New Mexico by GOP hopeful Mitt Romney will help boost domestic oil production, reducing the U.S. dependence on imported oil – but National Center for Policy Analysis Senior Fellow H. Sterling Burnett gives mixed grades to his other energy proposals.

  • Aug 22, 2012

    Editorial: Irvine may succumb to bag-ban fever

    City studying whether to join Laguna, Huntington in throwing government’s weight behind reusable bags.

    Orange County Register: Plastic bags use less energy, and are healthier than reusable bags, says NCPA Senior Fellow Sterling Burnett.