CEI Celebrates Earth Day
D.C., April 18, 2008—On Tuesday,
April 22, environmentalists will gather in different locations around the world
to observe Earth Day, originally a 1970 teach-in on environmental issues. The sustained
popularity of Earth Day events reflects the desire of people everywhere for
clean air, clean water, wildlife habitat and other environmental benefits.
But instead of a Great Society era, command-and-control
approach to environment issues, the Competitive Enterprise Institute observes
Earth Day by publicizing the real catalyst for improvements in environmental
quality over the past three decades: the institutions of a free society. For
almost a quarter century, CEI has worked to show how free markets and limited
government can continue to create a healthier, cleaner world.
Read recent commentary from Competitive Enterprise
Institute analysts on prominent environmental issues.
Energy Policy Analyst William Yeatman on the empty promise
of green jobs.
Senior Fellow Christopher C. Horner on the
alleged consensus on global warming
Senior Fellow Marlo
Lewis on the problems
with implementing fuel economy
Adjunct Analyst Steven Milloy on what recent studies tell us
about global warming and hurricanes.
Senior Fellow Gregory Conko on the debate over genetically modified foods.
General Counsel Sam
Kazman on the effort
to ban incandescent light bulbs in the name of energy efficiency.
Director of Risk & Environmental Policy
Angela Logomasini on the activist
campaign against bottled water for producing too much solid waste.
To arrange an interview with one
of CEI’s experts, please contact either Richard Morrison (202-331-2273) or Christine Hall (202-331-2258) or email to email@example.com.
Read CEI’s Earth Day blog posts at www.openmarket.org.
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