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Steven F. Hayward – Pacific Research Institute

Steven F. Hayward

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The EPA Is Politicized—So Make It Official

Lisa Jackson, who announced on Dec. 27 that she was stepping down as head of the Environmental Protection Agency, will be leaving under a cloud. It turns out that she had been using an email account, under the alias “Richard Windsor,” to conduct official business, in an apparent attempt to ...
Environment

Court cools global-warming controversy

The U.S. Supreme Court recently rebuffed environmentalists in their bid to get the judiciary to intervene in the global-warming controversy by invoking the old common law of nuisance, as though global warming could be solved through an injunction. But the irony of the court’s decision in American Electric Power v. ...
Climate Change

2011 Almanac of Environmental Trends

San Francisco—Improvements seen across key environmental indicators should be cause for celebration this Earth Day, according to Steven F. Hayward, Ph.D., author of the new book Almanac of Environmental Trends, released by the Pacific Research Institute (PRI), a California-based free market think tank. “The Almanac is an example of the ...
Climate Change

PRI Releases New 2011 Almanac of Environmental Trends

San Francisco—Improvements seen across key environmental indicators should be cause for celebration this Earth Day, according to Steven F. Hayward, Ph.D., author of the new book Almanac of Environmental Trends, released by the Pacific Research Institute (PRI), a California-based free market think tank. “The Almanac is an example of the ...
Climate Change

New Website for the Unconventional Environmentalist

San Francisco— Today the Pacific Research Institute (PRI), a California-based public policy think tank, launched www.EnvironmentalTrends.org, an interactive website for the unconventional environmentalist. The website features expert analysis on current environmental issues and customizable data on environmental trends. “If you’ve ever wanted to get beyond the conventional wisdom of today’s ...
Environment

Trying to Recapture That Old Earth Day Magic

The contrast between PBS’s celebration of the huge public events of the first Earth Day in 1970 with the sleepy affair it is today tells you what’s wrong with today’s environmentalism: it is stuck in the past. For the last 15 years, Earth Day has been the occasion for me ...
Blackouts

The Energy Policy Morass

‘Think, Baby, Think’ April 26, 2010, Vol. 15, No. 30 If you think the health care debate is a tangled mess, try wading into the thickets of the energy sector, which is high on the Obama administration’s list of targets to subjugate. Few areas of national policy offer as bad ...
Climate Change

Unsettling the Settled Science

Problems with a California temperature monitoring station represent in microcosm why the supposedly settled issue of climate change has become so unsettled in the last few months. If you want to understand why the controversy over global warming won’t go away, forget combing through hundreds of hacked emails or trying ...
Climate Change

In Denial

It is increasingly clear that the leak of the internal emails and documents of the Climate Research Unit at the University of East Anglia in November has done for the climate change debate what the Pentagon Papers did for the Vietnam war debate 40 years ago—changed the narrative decisively. Additional ...
Climate Change

The crackup of the climate ‘consensus’

The climate-change campaign is in catastrophic free fall. Nearly every day brings a new embarrassment or retraction for the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, the supposed gold standard for “consensus” science. The withdrawal this week of BP, ConocoPhillips and Caterpillar from the main US business lobby for greenhouse-gas controls ...
Commentary

The EPA Is Politicized—So Make It Official

Lisa Jackson, who announced on Dec. 27 that she was stepping down as head of the Environmental Protection Agency, will be leaving under a cloud. It turns out that she had been using an email account, under the alias “Richard Windsor,” to conduct official business, in an apparent attempt to ...
Environment

Court cools global-warming controversy

The U.S. Supreme Court recently rebuffed environmentalists in their bid to get the judiciary to intervene in the global-warming controversy by invoking the old common law of nuisance, as though global warming could be solved through an injunction. But the irony of the court’s decision in American Electric Power v. ...
Climate Change

2011 Almanac of Environmental Trends

San Francisco—Improvements seen across key environmental indicators should be cause for celebration this Earth Day, according to Steven F. Hayward, Ph.D., author of the new book Almanac of Environmental Trends, released by the Pacific Research Institute (PRI), a California-based free market think tank. “The Almanac is an example of the ...
Climate Change

PRI Releases New 2011 Almanac of Environmental Trends

San Francisco—Improvements seen across key environmental indicators should be cause for celebration this Earth Day, according to Steven F. Hayward, Ph.D., author of the new book Almanac of Environmental Trends, released by the Pacific Research Institute (PRI), a California-based free market think tank. “The Almanac is an example of the ...
Climate Change

New Website for the Unconventional Environmentalist

San Francisco— Today the Pacific Research Institute (PRI), a California-based public policy think tank, launched www.EnvironmentalTrends.org, an interactive website for the unconventional environmentalist. The website features expert analysis on current environmental issues and customizable data on environmental trends. “If you’ve ever wanted to get beyond the conventional wisdom of today’s ...
Environment

Trying to Recapture That Old Earth Day Magic

The contrast between PBS’s celebration of the huge public events of the first Earth Day in 1970 with the sleepy affair it is today tells you what’s wrong with today’s environmentalism: it is stuck in the past. For the last 15 years, Earth Day has been the occasion for me ...
Blackouts

The Energy Policy Morass

‘Think, Baby, Think’ April 26, 2010, Vol. 15, No. 30 If you think the health care debate is a tangled mess, try wading into the thickets of the energy sector, which is high on the Obama administration’s list of targets to subjugate. Few areas of national policy offer as bad ...
Climate Change

Unsettling the Settled Science

Problems with a California temperature monitoring station represent in microcosm why the supposedly settled issue of climate change has become so unsettled in the last few months. If you want to understand why the controversy over global warming won’t go away, forget combing through hundreds of hacked emails or trying ...
Climate Change

In Denial

It is increasingly clear that the leak of the internal emails and documents of the Climate Research Unit at the University of East Anglia in November has done for the climate change debate what the Pentagon Papers did for the Vietnam war debate 40 years ago—changed the narrative decisively. Additional ...
Climate Change

The crackup of the climate ‘consensus’

The climate-change campaign is in catastrophic free fall. Nearly every day brings a new embarrassment or retraction for the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, the supposed gold standard for “consensus” science. The withdrawal this week of BP, ConocoPhillips and Caterpillar from the main US business lobby for greenhouse-gas controls ...
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