Category: Environment and Enterprise Institute

World Malaria Day Marked By Call for Action; Millions at Risk

World Malaria Day Marked By Call for Action; Millions at Risk

Press Release /
Washington, D.C. - In observance of the very first "World Malaria Day," an activist with the Project 21 black leadership network is calling upon establishment environmentalist groups and global health administrators to rethink their opposition to the use of the ...
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EPA Jeopardizes Children in Potentially Dangerous Sludge Experiments

EPA Jeopardizes Children in Potentially Dangerous Sludge Experiments

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Project 21's Deneen Borelli is not happy about the EPA and other federal agencies conducting de facto experiments on families in poor, black families: EPA Sludge Tests a "Modern-Day Tuskegee Experiment"Children in Poor Black Neighborhoods Potentially Imperiled by EPA Studie ...
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Politicians Prescribe Aspirin to Treat Economy They Poison, by Roy Innis

With the economy stagnating, unemployment climbing and families struggling to pay bills, Congress and the White House finally agree on something - government needs to "prime the pump" and deliver financial relief.  They've jointly approved a stimulus package to provide ...
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Global Warming Policies Cool Minority Economic Engines, by Deneen Borelli

New Visions Commentary /
For someone once considered "our first black president," Bill Clinton seems to have particular disregard for the economic well-being of minorities when it comes to energy. At a recent rally, the former Man from Hope said: "We just have to ...
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Global Warming Statists Threaten Our Liberty, by Deneen Borelli

New Visions Commentary /
Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness - "unalienable rights" cited by our Founding Fathers in the Declaration of Independence - are now at risk as left-wing activists seek to curtail our liberties and personal choices to save the planet ...
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Is Congress "Smarter Than a Fifth Grader?" by John Meredith

Is Congress “Smarter Than a Fifth Grader?” by John Meredith

New Visions Commentary /
There's a new TV show in the fall network lineup that says a lot about where our culture is these days:  "Are You Smarter Than a Fifth Grader?"   Agreeing to be a contestant on this latest must-see TV will ...
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Congressional Black Caucus Shortchanging Poor and Minority Energy Consumers, by Roy Innis

Congressional Black Caucus Shortchanging Poor and Minority Energy Consumers, by Roy Innis

New Visions Commentary /
A recent Congressional Black Caucus Foundation conference featured an "energy braintrust" that promised a lively three-hour discussion by oil company, association, government agency and university executives to "transform dialogue into action" and "bolster the relationships between the energy industry and ...
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Live Green or Simply Live? by Stella Dulanya

Live Green or Simply Live? by Stella Dulanya

New Visions Commentary /
In a rich nation such as the United States, it can be easy to be green. Americans can often afford heeding the advice of Al Gore and reducing their "carbon footprint" with 40-watt fluorescent light bulbs that are almost 15 ...
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CAFE Tab Too Expensive for America, by Deneen Borelli

CAFE Tab Too Expensive for America, by Deneen Borelli

New Visions Commentary /
Proposed legislation to increase Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) standards - the federally-mandated fuel efficiency rules for cars, light trucks and SUVs - will likely cause more harm to the American people than good. Our nation's dependency on foreign oil ...
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Anti-DDT Policies Are Deadly for Africa, by Thompson Ayodele and Adegoke Anthony

New Visions Commentary /
Anti-DDT Policies Are Deadly for Africa by Thompson Ayodele (bio) and Adegoke Anthony Last year, one of our colleagues, his wife and their two children were diagnosed with malaria.  In an instant, their lives were turned upside down.  All other ...
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