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Pen’s Outta Ink, Phone’s Disconnected

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Remember when Barack Obama said he could use his pen and phone to push his agenda outside of congressional authority? Remember when Joe Biden spent his first days in office signing stacks of executive orders? All that may be a thing of the past, thanks to the U.S. Supreme Court ...
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Cancel Counterproductive Climate Compromises

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If the upcoming elections cause a partisan shift in Capitol Hill’s leadership, conservatives need to make sure their ascendance isn’t compromised by colleagues who are willing to cut deals. This is particularly important when it comes to environmental regulation. That’s why National Center Senior Fellow Bonner Cohen, Ph.D., suggested in ...
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Trump’s Legacy: Beating Back the Bureaucratic State

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While most people will remember the recently wrapped-up U.S. Supreme Court term for its ruling on abortion, it is actually the last decision that was handed down by the justices – the environmental policy case of West Virginia v. EPA – that will likely have the most impact. As reported ...
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It’s Time To Turn The Tables On Our Would-Be Climate Overlords

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American consumers are already reaping the whirlwind from the Biden administration’s deliberate sacrifice of American energy independence on the altar of green energy’s false promises. Whether at the pump or at the supermarket, Americans are seeing their disposable incomes eaten away by higher prices driven by the soaring cost of energy ...
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Biden Bank Rules Risk Enron-Style Financial Crisis

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Joe Biden can’t solve pressing issues like the immigration crisis, supply chain failures and rising crime, but his team “is single-minded and persistent when it comes to using federal financial regulators to do their bidding with respect to climate change.” In a Washington Times commentary, Project 21 Director of Membership ...
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SCOTUS Left A Bitter Pill To Swallow In One Of Its Key Rulings. Here’s Why

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The Biden administration’s plan to use the administrative regulatory state to further what the president has called the “incredible transition” to green energy hit a speed bump with the Supreme Court’s June 30 ruling reining in the Environmental Agency’s (EPA) authority to regulate power plants. For decades, Congress has delegated its constitutionally ...
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Court Stops Bureaucrats from Becoming “De Facto Lawmakers”

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In the U.S. Supreme Court’s significant ruling in the case of West Virginia v. EPA, the justices pushed back hard against the unelected bureaucrats who have been trying to implement large-scale change regarding the nation’s energy policy, says National Center Senior Fellow Bonner Cohen, Ph.D. The Court pointed out that these ...
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In West Virginia v. EPA, Justices Push Back Against Administrative State

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"The Court’s latest ruling on regulatory policy was a crushing blow to leftist authoritarians and central planners in the United States," says Project 21 member AK Kamara. "It was a major victory for those of us who value the fact that we are constitutional republic with democratic institutions held accountable ...
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Don’t Bank on Catastrophic Climate Change, by David W. Kreutzer and Donna Jackson

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The SEC’s Proposed Disclosure Rule Is an Assault on the Finance Industry Though not very good at a variety of things, Team Biden is single-minded and persistent when it comes to using federal financial regulators to do their bidding with respect to climate change. For instance, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation ...
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More Scrutiny of Green Lobby Expected Soon

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In a shocking turn of events, the president of the venerable Brookings Institution was forced to resign. John Allen wasn’t alleged to have stolen money from the group or to have engaged in sexual harassment. But what he did is nonetheless troubling, and that violation could be the first of ...
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Biden Policies Promoting Energy Poverty

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With no end in sight for rising consumer prices, the issue of energy poverty is a growing concern for Americans – and for billions of people across the globe. Yet the green lobby and its allies in the government are enacting policies that are likely only to make suffering worse ...
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Biden’s Reverse Midas Touch

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It’s not the “Putin Price Hike.” It’s not the “MAGA crowd” behind the economy’s downward spiral. It’s Joe Biden. Inflation is causing prices for things like energy, vehicles and groceries to skyrocket, and the Biden administration is beginning to acknowledge that this is not temporary or transitory or any of ...
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The Plan to Kill the Family Car

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Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg is using “the phony rise in highway deaths” to “kill cars to save you and me.” The alleged goal of the Biden Administration’s new National Roadway Safety Strategy is to reduce traffic fatalities to zero. Zero! And while this is an obviously impossible task, it makes ...
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Energy Independence, Security Essential to Freedom

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“America is more capable than ever of providing affordable energy to its citizens.” And yet it’s not doing so right now. Skyrocketing energy prices – of gasoline, in particular – have helped bring about increasing inflation and declining consumer confidence. In a Newsmax commentary, Project 21 member Derrick Hollie explained: ...
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JPMorgan’s Latest Woke Agenda

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Jamie Dimon, the CEO of JPMorgan Chase, has proposed that the Biden Administration create a “Marshall Plan” as means first of increasing domestic oil and gas production, and then funding the mythologized “green transition.” While approved of by most Americans, then and now, the post-WWII Marshall Plan to spur economic ...
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Rush to Green Renewables Won’t Bring U.S. Energy Independence, by Derrick Hollie

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After the fall of the Soviet Union and the end of the Cold War, the United States valiantly rose as an unchallenged global superpower holding a dominant position in influence, military, economy, and resources. The U.S. is abundantly rich in natural resources including natural gas and petroleum. America is more ...
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The SEC’s Climate-Disclosure Proposal Politicizes Corporate Oversight

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has proposed a new rule, one that would require companies to spend vast sums to collect and report information about their carbon and related emissions and their plans to move toward making no emissions that the SEC deems worrisome. These disclosures have very little to do with ...
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Labor’s Climate Agenda Harms Everyday Americans

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In February, President Biden’s Labor Department published a Request for Information (RFI), seeking public comment on the agency’s “future work relating to retirement savings and climate-related financial risk.” What’s the impetus for publishing such a broad and peculiar RFI? Why, it's President Biden’s Executive Order 14030 on Climate-Related Financial Risks, ...
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Climate Regulations Create Environmental Injustice

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Black Activists Condemn Costs of Biden Agenda Washington, D.C. - Members of the Project 21 black leadership network called President Biden’s energy agenda an environmental injustice, noting that poor and minority Americans will be hurt the most by policies that restrict access to affordable energy. “Energy injustice on the part ...
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Energy War on the Poor

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As the price of a gallon of gasoline skyrockets, Biden Administration officials like Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg have argued that a simple solution is to buy an electric car. The problem with this only starts with the fact that a brand-new, low-end, base-model Tesla costs over $45,000. On top of ...
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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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