Category: Environment and Enterprise Institute

There’s Light at the End of the Regulatory Tunnel for Traditional Bulbs

There’s Light at the End of the Regulatory Tunnel for Traditional Bulbs

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When it comes to the bright idea of allowing people to continue to buy the affordable incandescent light bulbs they want and sometimes need, the National Center and its Project 21 black leadership network were glad to sign onto a ...
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Climate Change Lawsuits: A “Fool’s Gold” Financial Fix

Climate Change Lawsuits: A “Fool’s Gold” Financial Fix

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Several city and local governments, as well as the state of Rhode Island, are suing energy companies because of alleged future damage due to climate change. National Center Senior Fellow Horace Cooper calls this a “jackpot justice” scheme. In a ...
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Al Gore Gets “Award” for Hypocrisy We Exposed

Al Gore Gets “Award” for Hypocrisy We Exposed

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Try as they might to tell the rest of us what to do, the greens can’t hide their hypocrisy. And the National Center is happy to help point that out. Even though they claim the world is going to end ...
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Green Politics Promotes Energy Poverty

Green Politics Promotes Energy Poverty

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Extreme measures pushed by radical politicians threaten America’s growing energy independence, its international stature and the needs of its most vulnerable citizens. As liberal lawmakers introduce green energy agendas costing lots of money and promising to fundamentally change America, Project ...
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Obama Clean Water “Power Grab” Repealed

Obama Clean Water “Power Grab” Repealed

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Fulfilling an executive order, and in response to multiple court rulings, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Andrew Wheeler and Assistant Secretary of the Army R.D. James announced the repeal of the Obama-era “Waters of the United States” (WOTUS) definition in ...
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No Need for Energy Poverty, by Derrick Hollie

No Need for Energy Poverty, by Derrick Hollie

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It’s a popular theme—from Thomas Malthus to Paul R. Ehrlich to Thanos of Avengers fame: Only drastic action will avert catastrophe. We must consume less, accept less, be less. We’re warned in ever more strident terms that we must act now or ...
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Tucker: Al Gore’s House Remembered as Obama Buys Beachfront Estate

Tucker: Al Gore’s House Remembered as Obama Buys Beachfront Estate

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Much has been said about the apparent hypocrisy of former President Barack Obama buying a vacation home on Martha’s Vineyard that is estimated to be around 7,000 square feet in size and valued at around $15 million. After all, this is ...
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Fixing Government’s “Terrible Record” on Endangered Species

Fixing Government’s “Terrible Record” on Endangered Species

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An inconvenient truth of the Endangered Species Act is that it hasn’t worked very well. “It’s a terrible record,” said National Center Senior Fellow Bonner Cohen, Ph.D. in a recent interview, “even by the standards of a government program.” He ...
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Energy Producers Protect the Environment

Energy Producers Protect the Environment

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Reducing production-related emissions is a priority for the energy industry, and a concerted effort by the companies involved in oil and natural gas production is having successful results in cleaning up the environment. The Environmental Partnership – now numbering 65 energy ...
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New Deal and Green New Deal: Both Bad Deals

New Deal and Green New Deal: Both Bad Deals

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A commentary by National Center President David A. Ridenour compares the Green New Deal unveiled by Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez earlier this year to the New Deal of the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Administration. He calls both “massive government interventions” and notes ...
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