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Regulators Ground Georgia Rocketmen

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With America on the verge of leaping into a new era in space, commercial operators are being forced take baby steps as government regulations threaten to ground their lofty ambitions. As National Center Senior Fellow Bonner Cohen, Ph.D. explains in an Epoch Times article, the White House may have to ...
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Read the Letter the NY Times Refused to Print!

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The New York Times reported a dubious claim that climate change has a disparate effect on black American mothers. But it was criticism of this shoddy journalism that the so-called "newspaper of record" decided wasn’t fit to print. Project 21 member Donna Jackson had taken exception, saying that the situation ...
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Antifa, the Radical Left and Racial Exploitation – A Zoom Event

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Tonight, join Project 21 Co-Chairman Stacy Washington and small business owner AK Kamara in an online Zoom presentation entitled "Antifa and the Radical Left: Exploiting Black/White Relations to Make America Red All Over?" Stacy and AK will be discussing how radical left-wing groups are using the race issue in their attempts ...
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Questionable Climate Models Persist Despite COVID-19 Model Failures

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Remember when the world locked down on the assumptions of a model suggesting 2.2 million Americans would die from COVID-19? Oh, that’s right; it’s still going on. That model has subsequently been proven to be nonsense. As National Center Fellow Scott Shepard points out in an Issues & Insights commentary, ...
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COVID-19 Model Failures Show Why Climate Science Isn’t ‘Settled’

The scientific models used to predict the global impact of the COVID-19 crisis have cast into acute doubt the idea of iron-clad, unquestionable scientific modeling itself. Model failure has had potentially catastrophic effects on the world economy. It should have similar effects on claims about the indubitable nature of climate-science ...
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Black vs. Green: Black Americans Fight Climate Measures That Increase Energy Costs, by Donna Jackson

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While I don’t often find myself agreeing with Jesse Jackson, I applaud his support of a pipeline to bring affordable natural gas to the predominantly minority and low-income farming community of Pembroke Township, Illinois. As a black conservative who opposes Jackson on issues from racial preferences to economic policy to ...
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A Rare Moment When Jesse Jackson is Right!

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While Project 21 member Donna Jackson rarely finds herself in agreement with anything Jesse Jackson does, she writes in a new Townhall commentary that “he’s courageous for breaking with the liberal establishment and radical environmentalists” by supporting a natural gas pipeline that will help a poor community south of Chicago ...
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Course Correcting After COVID-19: Fear Must Never Again Be Used to Deprive Americans of Their Liberty

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Freedom Group Releases Blueprint for Restoring Liberty and Restarting the Economy Safely Washington, D.C. – "Certain, measurable harm was imposed on our civil liberties, on our economy and on our health so we could reduce the less certain public health risks of COVID-19" and this must never happen again, says ...
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Ending CAFE’s “Witchcraft” and its Regressive Taxation

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The Trump Administration recently made two major policy moves regarding new American cars and trucks that are a dramatic shift from the Obama years of acquiescing to the demands of radical environmentalists. As a result, there will be more affordable and safer vehicle choices for American consumers in the future ...
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Green Goals Could Hurt Coronavirus Recovery

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As governors look for ways to end their coronavirus lockdowns and restart state economies, a green agenda to block efforts aimed at energy abundance and independence could hinder at least one region’s recovery. In an Epoch Times commentary,  National Center Senior Fellow Bonner Cohen, Ph.D. profiles problems inherent in the ...
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Victory Over the Virus Derails Green Agenda

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“Responses to the coronavirus pandemic are exposing both the folly and the danger inherent in many of the environmental movement’s favorite causes.” In a new commentary published by The Federalist, I write that this is because we are living in a time when everyday choices could actually become life and ...
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The Greening of CPAC

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While the theme of this year’s Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) was “America vs. Socialism,” its organizers catered to groups that claim to be conservative yet seem to have ties to monied interests that want environmental regulations deeply rooted in socialist doctrine. In the exhibit hall and even among the ...
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Black Activists Cheer Trump Administration for Easing Fuel Efficiency Mandate

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“Realistic CAFE Goals… Don’t Force American Families to Choose Between Putting Food on the Table and Having a Modern Vehicle” Washington, D.C. – A recalibrated fuel efficiency standard for American cars and light trucks is being praised by black activists for its potential to improve safety and reduce regulatory burden ...
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Trump Seeks Mother Lode of Rare Earth Minerals

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American mining policy reform is needed to help prepare for health crises such as the current battle against COVID-19. The Trump Administration is making progress, and the U.S. Supreme Court has also offered a hand. At issue are “rare earth minerals” – including the nearly unpronounceable yttrium, neodymium, terbium and ...
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Regulatory Reform Benefits Black America, by Council Nedd II

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In his State of the Union address, President Donald Trump heralded a “blue-collar boom” he called “relentlessly pro-worker” and “pro-growth.” Crediting this to sensible regulation, he proclaimed America to be a “place where the action is,” adding that “our nation’s manufacturing might” is yielding historic low unemployment for chronically disadvantaged groups including ...
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Reg Reform Boosts Infrastructure, National Security

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Not only is the Trump Administration’s proposed reform of the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) expected to improve the effectiveness of domestic infrastructure strategy, but it is also expected to help strengthen national security. In an Epoch Times article on the announcement of the new NEPA rule, National Center Senior ...
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Intuit Leadership Blasted for Wasting Shareholder Money on Frivolous “Green” Initiatives

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Free Enterprise Project Also Questions TurboTax Parent Company over Its Complicity with the Human Rights Campaign, Which Opposes Religious Freedom Mountain View, CA/Washington, D.C. – Intuit CEO Sasan Goodarzi faced tough questions from the Free Enterprise Project (FEP) over the company’s wasteful and destructive “green” spending as well as its ties ...
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Popular Light Bulbs Get “New Lease on Life”

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By stopping an increase in the regulatory standards for incandescent light bulbs, the Trump Administration gave the commonly used bulbs “a new lease on life,” reports the Washington Post. And the newspaper cites the National Center’s praise of this decision. Increased energy efficiency standards set to go into effect on January 1 ...
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A Bright Idea: Trump Rule Saves Incandescent Lights

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DOE Halts Regulation That Made Traditional Edison-Style Bulbs Too Expensive Washington, D.C. - By ending further regulation of incandescent light bulbs, the Trump Administration has effectively saved Thomas Edison’s creation, which has illuminated the world cheaply and efficiently for over a century. The National Center for Public Policy Research praises ...
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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 public comment submitted to the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) ...
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About The Environment And Enterprise Institute (EEI)

In the early 1990s The National Center launched the Center for Environmental and Regulatory Affairs (CERA, originally named the Environmental Policy Task Force), to counter misinformation being spread to the public and policymakers by the environmental left. In 2012, CERA was renamed The Environment and Enterprise Institute (EEI).

EEI seeks to counter: 1) those who disseminate false information about science relating to environmental policy, 2) those who disseminate misleading information about science relating to the environment, such as telling the public that the science is settled on certain issues when respected scientists disagree; 3) those who believe, contrary to much evidence, that the only way to solve any social problem is to throw huge amounts of money and layer after layer of complicated and often counterproductive regulations at it.

EEI also provides balance in a debate in which persons who disagree with the environmental left on any issue at all are labeled “anti-environment,” “tools of big business,” and worse, often much worse, as if environmental policy is the single area of human existence in which it is a crime to think for oneself.

To do all this, the EEI helps arm conservatives with tools for the environmental policy debate it had been lacking, among them: 1) a forum for coordination and sharing of strategy and information; 2) numerous accounts of how environmental regulations work in practice; 3) explanations of the perspectives of various groups on environmental issues; 4) a marketing apparatus to help grassroots environmental activists, persons knowledgeable about environmental regulations and reputable economists and scientists gain greater access to the media; 5) a system for countering “junk science” when it appears, especially in the media, with accurate facts.

The EEI sponsors and chairs coalition meetings for conservative/free market/sound science advocates attended by over two dozen organizations. The EEI also produces several major publications, including a book produced every other year, Shattered Dreams: 100 Stories of Regulatory Abuse (first published under the title National Directory of Environmental and Regulatory Victims), containing the personal accounts of over 100 Americans victimized by excessive regulations and a media directory of some 150 environmental scientists, economists and public policy experts. The EEI also publishes talking points cards, policy papers, press releases and other succinct publications for the media, the public and policymakers; and conducts press conferences and special projects.

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