Gore on the Environment

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Andy Freeman

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Aug 25, 1992, 4:54:17 PM8/25/92
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"Lately Gore and the distinguished biologist Paul Ehrlich have ventured
into dangerous territory by suggesting that journalists quietly self-censor
environmental evidence that is not alarming, because such reports, in
Gore's words, `undermine the effort to build a solid base of public support
for the difficult actions we must soon take'." [New Republic, 7-6-92]

Does anyone want to confirm that TNR actually printed that? (I
haven't.) Assuming that Gore actually said it (which is different
than confirming that TNR actually printed it), does anyone want to
argue the idea is a good one? (Yes, it is an effective tactic.)

-andy

Pam Leader

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Aug 26, 1992, 10:04:00 AM8/26/92
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I disagree with censorship. but.... it brings to mind all the
"inconclusive" studies that have already been done on the degradation
of the environment which Reagan and Bush have held up as evidence
that "more studies need to be done" and "we don't want to act too
hastily". Meanwhile the planet is turning into a trash heap.
It is difficult if not impossible to fight a clean political battle.
The GOP folks have made it clear that they will use any tripe they
can get their hands on to justify inaction on domestic or
environmental problems. At this point(early a.m.) I can't imagine
what sort of "news" could in any way offset the realities of
environmental degradation that we have been bombarded with over the
past 15+ years. However, I wouldn't underestimate the creativity
of those seasoned GOP warriors to find some way to credit Bush
with eliminating the environmental problems between now and November.

KIL...@wvsvax.wvnet.edu

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Aug 26, 1992, 8:53:27 AM8/26/92
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-andy:

Yes, TNR actually printed that. I think it was in an article by Greg
Easterbrook (sp?). I would not be terribly surprised if Ehrlich said it;
Gore may have as well. Is it actually happening? That's a trickier
question. My general impression is that journalists tend to publicize the
extremes (on any issue) more than the "center." This could be a conscious
effort at self-censorship to move some political agenda, or it could be
because "extremes" tend to attract more viewers, sell more newspapers, etc.

Coupled with the market value of "extremes" might be the fact that
environmental issues tend to be pretty complex -- scientifically,
economically, politically, etc. And I've never been terribly impressed
with the willingness or ability of the mainstream media to explore that
complexity and present it in a balanced fashion. Is the idea a good one?
In the long run, I don't think so. The result of focusing only upon
extremes, in my view, is to polarize the public to the point of preventing
the kind of serious discussion that would lead to realistic solutions.

Kerry

The Truth (some assembly required)

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Aug 26, 1992, 1:38:33 PM8/26/92
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As -andy has made some of this post too long for me to add arrows
to, I will be indenting instead.

"Lately Gore and the distinguished biologist Paul Ehrlich have ventured
into dangerous territory by suggesting that journalists quietly self-censor
environmental evidence that is not alarming, because such reports, in
Gore's words, `undermine the effort to build a solid base of public support
for the difficult actions we must soon take'." [New Republic, 7-6-92]

Does anyone want to confirm that TNR actually printed that? (I
haven't.) Assuming that Gore actually said it (which is different
than confirming that TNR actually printed it), does anyone want to
argue the idea is a good one? (Yes, it is an effective tactic.)

As I never read the New Republic, I cannot say that TNR said that.
I do know (via the Washington DC City Paper) that Al Gore has
said such stuff. Sorry, I cannot cite at this moment. I think that
this is an effective tactic, but if the anti-environmentalists
are able to show this, the work of environmentalists will be
seriously undermined.

So, while in small doses it can be effective, I would be careful
about large-scale disinformation campaigns, as they can backfire.
Leave disinformation to the Pentagon and the RNC. B)

-andy

Dave, the One True Defender of the Environment
t9...@sdsumus.bitnet
"John Muir once said that everything in this world is connected to
everything else. He was correct, except about the rocks in
Glacier National Park."

Disclaimer: The opinions contained in this post are not the
opinions of the Administration, Faculty, or Student Body of
South Dakota State University. Hell, they might not even
be mine.

Andy Freeman

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Aug 26, 1992, 12:42:15 PM8/26/92
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>I disagree with censorship. but.... it brings to mind all the
>"inconclusive" studies that have already been done on the degradation
>of the environment which Reagan and Bush have held up as evidence
>that "more studies need to be done" and "we don't want to act too
>hastily". Meanwhile the planet is turning into a trash heap.

In other words, anything for a good cause. That's a principle all right.

>It is difficult if not impossible to fight a clean political battle.

No it isn't. It's easy. All you have to do is respect the electorate
EVEN though they might not go along with your plan when honestly
presented. That's easy for a "good" person....

>The GOP folks have made it clear that they will use any tripe they
>can get their hands on to justify inaction on domestic or
>environmental problems.

Not so fast. The GOP folks claim that certain measures don't make any
sense. Maybe they do, and maybe they don't, but their ACTUAL claim
doesn't justify Leader's misrepresentation. If you can't make your
argument without misrepresenting your opponent's position....

>At this point(early a.m.) I can't imagine
>what sort of "news" could in any way offset the realities of
>environmental degradation that we have been bombarded with over the
>past 15+ years.

You mean like the reduction in air pollution, the reduced leakage from
landfills, and other cleanups? We really should have a national
legislature and state and local govts. What? We did? And they had
democrats controlled some of them?

Sure, things aren't perfect, but if you have to distort the direction....

BTW - Remember Love Canal? That was a GOVT failure. It took the
threat of emminent domain to get that land from Hooker Chemical Co,
and it was govt that decided that building houses on a chemical dump
would be a great idea. Hooker can't win an emminent domain fight, and
it can't force govt to monitor appropriately, as Hooker had been
doing, but it can be held liable, because govt isn't.

-andy
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Pam Leader

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Aug 27, 1992, 10:52:00 AM8/27/92
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> >It is difficult if not impossible to fight a clean political battle.
I should have said "win"

>
> No it isn't. It's easy. All you have to do is respect the electorate
> EVEN though they might not go along with your plan when honestly
> presented. That's easy for a "good" person....
an electorate that elected Reagan twice....you must be kidding!!!!!

>
> >The GOP folks have made it clear that they will use any tripe they
> >can get their hands on to justify inaction on domestic or
> >environmental problems.
>
> Not so fast. The GOP folks claim that certain measures don't make any
> sense. Maybe they do, and maybe they don't, but their ACTUAL claim
> doesn't justify Leader's misrepresentation. If you can't make your
> argument without misrepresenting your opponent's position....
so, I exaggerated a little......
but NOT MUCH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

>
> >At this point(early a.m.) I can't imagine
> >what sort of "news" could in any way offset the realities of
> >environmental degradation that we have been bombarded with over the
> >past 15+ years.
>
> You mean like the reduction in air pollution, the reduced leakage from
> landfills, and other cleanups? We really should have a national
> legislature and state and local govts. What? We did? And they had
huh?

> democrats controlled some of them?
The primary reason why these minimal(and I do mean MINIMAL)
improvements have been made is because the public was convinced
that the environmental situation was extremely critical and
corrective action could not be postponed any longer. How were they
convinced? By a bombardment of media reports for over 10 years
which painted a black picture of self-annihilation. If people
start getting the idea that things are getting better, disaster
has been avoided, and Mother Earth loves us again, I firmly believe
that they will want to go back to driving Diesels. And they sure
as H___ won't be interested in PAYING ($$$$$) the enormous debt
that they owe to Mother Earth that it is going to take to ensure
our descendants survival on this planet!!!

>
> Sure, things aren't perfect, but if you have to distort the direction....
Speaking of distorting direction: Remember Reagan: "trees cause
polution" ? People loved Reagan because he assured them that
everything was fine, don't worry, be happy. Those same people
don't like Gore and other environmentalists because they tell them
the truth: things are not fine, we're in serious trouble, and it's
going to cost alot of money. (and a side note: what about Bush
and his cohorts claiming that Bush was responsible for the breakup
of the Soviet Union and the rise of democracy in Europe? distortion?)

Andy Freeman

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Aug 27, 1992, 4:16:44 PM8/27/92
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>> >It is difficult if not impossible to fight a clean political battle.
> I should have said "win"
>>
>> No it isn't. It's easy. All you have to do is respect the electorate
>> EVEN though they might not go along with your plan when honestly
>> presented. That's easy for a "good" person....
> an electorate that elected Reagan twice....you must be kidding!!!!!

Wowsers! Democrats can't win an election honestly. Wouldn't it be
better to just let the democrats pick a king?

Democrats are behaving like their caricature of Republicans; now we
know why.

>> >The GOP folks have made it clear that they will use any tripe they
>> >can get their hands on to justify inaction on domestic or
>> >environmental problems.
>>
>> Not so fast. The GOP folks claim that certain measures don't make any
>> sense. Maybe they do, and maybe they don't, but their ACTUAL claim
>> doesn't justify Leader's misrepresentation. If you can't make your
>> argument without misrepresenting your opponent's position....
> so, I exaggerated a little......
> but NOT MUCH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

But it was for a good cause, so it's okay. Right?

>> >At this point(early a.m.) I can't imagine
>> >what sort of "news" could in any way offset the realities of
>> >environmental degradation that we have been bombarded with over the
>> >past 15+ years.
>>
>> You mean like the reduction in air pollution, the reduced leakage from
>> landfills, and other cleanups? We really should have a national
>> legislature and state and local govts. What? We did? And they had
> huh?

I'm pointing out that the record isn't what Leader asserts and
even if it is, the credit/blame is shared.

> The primary reason why these minimal(and I do mean MINIMAL)
> improvements have been made is because the public was convinced
> that the environmental situation was extremely critical and
> corrective action could not be postponed any longer.

Hold it. First Leader claims that we're going downhill fast, and
now we're going uphill slowly.

> that they owe to Mother Earth that it is going to take to ensure
> our descendants survival on this planet!!!

So, I take it Leader support's China's population control measures.

>> Sure, things aren't perfect, but if you have to distort the direction....
> Speaking of distorting direction: Remember Reagan: "trees cause
> polution" ?

Yes, I remember what he actually said. He was right. The LA basin
has always had certain kinds of pollution because of the vegetation in
that basin and the air patterns. We're eliminating that vegetation
through population increases, which is the most effective means of
habitat destruction.

> (and a side note: what about Bush
> and his cohorts claiming that Bush was responsible for the breakup
> of the Soviet Union and the rise of democracy in Europe? distortion?)

What about it? I'm perfectly willing to agree that Bush lies. I'm
looking at whether or not other people are different. Leader isn't.

Pam Leader

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Aug 28, 1992, 11:43:00 AM8/28/92
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>
> Wowsers! Democrats can't win an election honestly.
The GOP don't even try. Voters apparently don't care.

> Democrats are behaving like their caricature of Republicans; now we
> know why.
That's it...The GOP have been winning, running, and ruining the
country. The Demos may have figured out how the GOP keep winning.
Could it be that Demos have decided that how you play the game is not
as important as winning?

>
> >> >The GOP folks have made it clear that they will use any tripe they
> >> >can get their hands on to justify inaction on domestic or
> >> >environmental problems.
> >>
> >> Not so fast. The GOP folks claim that certain measures don't make any
> >> sense. Maybe they do, and maybe they don't, but their ACTUAL claim
> >> doesn't justify Leader's misrepresentation. If you can't make your
> >> argument without misrepresenting your opponent's position....
> > so, I exaggerated a little......
> > but NOT MUCH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
>
> But it was for a good cause, so it's okay. Right?
RIGHT!!!!
Relax, we are talking Politics, aren't we?

>
> I'm pointing out that the record isn't what Leader asserts and
> even if it is, the credit/blame is shared.
The record is basically bad. Everyone shares the blame except for
the handfull of environmental activists who had the will and the
political ability to do something about it.

>
> > The primary reason why these minimal(and I do mean MINIMAL)
> > improvements have been made is because the public was convinced
> > that the environmental situation was extremely critical and
> > corrective action could not be postponed any longer.
>
> Hold it. First Leader claims that we're going downhill fast, and
> now we're going uphill slowly.
>
No. Wrong. downhill fast, but thinking about getting our brakes fixed

> > that they owe to Mother Earth that it is going to take to ensure
> > our descendants survival on this planet!!!
>
> So, I take it Leader support's China's population control measures.

You want to get down and dirty?
We could start a whole new line of discussion with this one.
Anyone game?


>
> >> Sure, things aren't perfect, but if you have to distort the direction....
> > Speaking of distorting direction: Remember Reagan: "trees cause
> > polution" ?
>
> Yes, I remember what he actually said. He was right. The LA basin
> has always had certain kinds of pollution because of the vegetation in
> that basin and the air patterns. We're eliminating that vegetation
> through population increases, which is the most effective means of
> habitat destruction.
>

Was the pollution coming from the trees? Or were the trees causing
the pollution to bother the wrong people. I have polluting trees in
my yard too. Cedar leaves are very obnoxious.


> > (and a side note: what about Bush
> > and his cohorts claiming that Bush was responsible for the breakup
> > of the Soviet Union and the rise of democracy in Europe? distortion?)
>
> What about it? I'm perfectly willing to agree that Bush lies. I'm
> looking at whether or not other people are different. Leader isn't.
>

Alot of people are different. Unfortunately, they rarely get elected.
And yes, I'm throwing my good sense to the wind...I think Gore is
different. I don't think Gore is lying about the environmental
crises, and I think that if he becomes VP, we might actually get our
brakes fixed. I don't think Gore has lied about the positive
measures that have been taken. He is probably very happy about it, as
I am. I am very prejudiced on this subject, because unlike most
voters, I don't think the economy is the most important issue; I
think the environment is the most important issue. If ever there was
an issue about which the public needs to be spoonfed,at this point,
it is the environment. I'm so used to politicians lying that I have
accepted it as standard procedure. It only really gets to me when
the lie is detrimental to the welfare of all. Significant
environmental protection measures are going to cost people jobs and
money. That is detrimental to a few. The needs of the globe
outweigh the needs of the few. Then there is the philosophy/theory
that humanity is doomed to extinction anyway so we might as well use
up as much of the earth as we can while we are here. It's very
much related to the philosophy that everyone on the planet(at least
all Americans) can be rich. This philosophy was explained to me, by
the way, by young WASP Republicans during the Reagan administration.
(p.s. sorry for resorting to personal priorities)

Kerry Stephenson

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Aug 28, 1992, 11:58:15 AM8/28/92
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Pam Leader:

Since you believe that the environment is the most important issue,
I assume that you have studied it in some depth, and, if so, I
assume you know what you are talking about.

Could you please tell us where you get your information about the
environment?

Thanks,

--Missy P 2 B

Pam Leader

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Aug 28, 1992, 12:15:00 PM8/28/92
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You wouldn't be trying to set me up would you?
I have not studied the environment "in depth". It is a subject I have
had a strong interest in for many years, and have accumulated many
sources of information. If you really want a bibliography, I suppose
I could work on it.

Andy Freeman

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Aug 28, 1992, 2:07:18 PM8/28/92
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>> Democrats are behaving like their caricature of Republicans; now we
>> know why.
> That's it...The GOP have been winning, running, and ruining the
> country. The Demos may have figured out how the GOP keep winning.
> Could it be that Demos have decided that how you play the game is not
> as important as winning?

If you're going to argue that Demos are better, pointing out that
they're the same is a bad start.

>> But it was for a good cause, so it's okay. Right?
> RIGHT!!!!
> Relax, we are talking Politics, aren't we?

Yes, we're talking politics. Does that really make truth irrelevant?

>> I'm pointing out that the record isn't what Leader asserts and
>> even if it is, the credit/blame is shared.
> The record is basically bad. Everyone shares the blame except for
> the handfull of environmental activists who had the will and the
> political ability to do something about it.

The truth of that statement depends on how we're defining
"environmental activists"; we'll come back to it. We know who pays
for the bulk of the habitat restoration and preservation done by govt
and by private parties; they usually aren't called "environmental
activists".

>> > The primary reason why these minimal(and I do mean MINIMAL)
>> > improvements have been made is because the public was convinced
>> > that the environmental situation was extremely critical and
>> > corrective action could not be postponed any longer.
>>
>> Hold it. First Leader claims that we're going downhill fast, and
>> now we're going uphill slowly.
>>
> No. Wrong. downhill fast, but thinking about getting our brakes fixed

Not close. We are going uphill slowly. It may not be fast enough,
but the direction is clear.

>> So, I take it Leader support's China's population control measures.
> You want to get down and dirty?

I'm one of the few openly pro-abortionists on this group.

>> Yes, I remember what he actually said. He was right. The LA basin
>> has always had certain kinds of pollution because of the vegetation in
>> that basin and the air patterns. We're eliminating that vegetation
>> through population increases, which is the most effective means of
>> habitat destruction.
>>
> Was the pollution coming from the trees?

Yes. LA was known as a "smoky" basin before there were cars. Nature
isn't benign.

>> What about it? I'm perfectly willing to agree that Bush lies. I'm
>> looking at whether or not other people are different. Leader isn't.
>>
> Alot of people are different. Unfortunately, they rarely get elected.
> And yes, I'm throwing my good sense to the wind...I think Gore is
> different. I don't think Gore is lying about the environmental

Since he's advocating "self-censorship" of anything other than
horror stories....

> I think the environment is the most important issue.

Really? How many hunting licenses and tags has Leader bought? (Hint:
a "0" response demonstrates that "think" doesn't translate to action.)

> It's very much related to the philosophy that everyone on the planet(at least
> all Americans) can be rich. This philosophy was explained to me, by
> the way, by young WASP Republicans during the Reagan administration.
> (p.s. sorry for resorting to personal priorities)

Said WASP is correct. It isn't a zero-sum game. We can't do it with
our current population.

Jamie

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Aug 28, 1992, 2:19:02 PM8/28/92
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>From: Andy Freeman <an...@SAIL.STANFORD.EDU>

Amidst the latest flurry, a couple of puzzling remarks.

>>> Democrats are behaving like their caricature of Republicans; now we
>>> know why.

Why?

>> I think the environment is the most important issue.
>
>Really? How many hunting licenses and tags has Leader bought? (Hint:
>a "0" response demonstrates that "think" doesn't translate to action.)

Please explain.

Are you saying that anyone who has not owned a hunting license couldn't
be acting on a concern for the environment?

I wonder how many hunting licenses Jacques Cousteau has.

Jamie

Pam Leader

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Aug 28, 1992, 3:06:00 PM8/28/92
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> > Was the pollution coming from the trees?
>
> Yes. LA was known as a "smoky" basin before there were cars. Nature
> isn't benign.
>
Was the tree "smoke" affecting the trees' or birds' health?

>
> Really? How many hunting licenses and tags has Leader bought? (Hint:
> a "0" response demonstrates that "think" doesn't translate to action.)
>

I'm not interested in killing trees or animals. What does this have to
to with environmental activism? Besides, I never claimed to be an
activist...except when I vote.

> > It's very much related to the philosophy that everyone on the planet(at leas

> > all Americans) can be rich. This philosophy was explained to me, by
> > the way, by young WASP Republicans during the Reagan administration.
> > (p.s. sorry for resorting to personal priorities)
>
> Said WASP is correct. It isn't a zero-sum game. We can't do it with
> our current population.
>

This response clarifies alot. I suppose if we could eliminate all the
"undesirables", the few who remain could be rich. This fits right in
with your pro-abortionist stance.

Andy Freeman

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Aug 28, 1992, 4:38:05 PM8/28/92
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>>>> Democrats are behaving like their caricature of Republicans; now we
>>>> know why.
>
>Why?

Pam Leader claims it's because Repubs win.

>>> I think the environment is the most important issue.
>>
>>Really? How many hunting licenses and tags has Leader bought? (Hint:
>>a "0" response demonstrates that "think" doesn't translate to action.)
>
>Please explain.

There are lots of ways to do something about the environment, but in
the US, the ones that actually seem to happen, at least with respect
to a number of environmental measures, are tied to hunting. (Some
really aren't; the "hunting" excise taxes are collected on guns and
related stuff, not just those used for hunting. I suspect the fishing
equip excise taxes are targetted better, but ....)

Sure, it's possible to be "environmentally active" and do something
useful without working through those channels, but reminding folks of
those channels unmasks some stereotypes.

jimmy donal wales

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Aug 29, 1992, 12:57:22 PM8/29/92
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Pam Leader <SY...@UOKMVSA.BITNET> writes:
>If you really want a bibliography, I suppose I could work on it.

I have a bibliography on critics of environmentalism, compiled by Richard
Shedenhelm of the University of Georgia.

Here it is:


CRITICS OF ENVIRONMENTALISM: A BIBLIOGRAPHY

Covering philosophy, economics, and science

by
Richard Shedenhelm

Updated Bimonthly

May/June 1992






I. PHILOSOPHY

A. Metaphysics/Epistemology

"Notes from the ecological depths" John P. Sisk GEORGIA REVIEW v.45 no.2
summer 1991 pp.235-245

"The Religion and Politics of Earth First!" Bron Taylor ECOLOGIST v.21 no.6
nov/dec 1991

"Unoriginal sin: the Judeo-Christian roots of ecotheology" Robert H. Nelson
POLICY REVIEW no.53 summer 1990 pp.52-59

"'Ecotheology' is liberal, not religious" Aaron Wildavsky (Letter) POLICY
REVIEW no.54 fall 1991 p.90 (2)

"A Checklist for Healthy Skeptics" Dianne L. Durante FREEMAN v.41 no.11 nov
1991 pp.406-409

Darrell Huff and Irving Geis HOW TO LIE WITH STATISTICS

Samual C. Florman BLAMING TECHNOLOGY : THE IRRATIONAL SEARCH FOR SCAPEGOATS
(ISBN: 0312083629)

John Maddox THE DOOMSDAY SYNDROME (ISBN: 0070394288)


B. Ethics


"Moral Rights and Animals" H.J. McCloskey INQUIRY v.22 no.1 1979 pp.23-54

"Critique of Deep Ecology" Richard Sylvan RADICAL PHILOSOPHY no.40 1984 pp.2-12
and no.41 1985 pp.10-22

"The neo-stoicism of radical environmentalism" ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS v.11 no.4
winter 1989 p.293

"A Refutation of Environmental Ethics" Janna Thompson ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS
v.12 no.2 summer 1990 p.147

"Ecology, A Racist Shuck" Robert Chrisman SCANLAN'S aug 1970

"Slaves of Nature" George Reisman THE ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER oct 28, nov 4
1990

George Reisman THE TOXICITY OF ENVIRONMENTALISM (The Jefferson School of
Philosophy, Economics, and Psychology; P.O. Box 2934; Laguna Hills, CA 92654)

H.J. McCloskey ECOLOGICAL ETHICS AND POLITICS (ISBN: 0847671119)

Robert Elliot and Arran Gare ENVIRONMENTAL PHILOSOPHY : A COLLECTION OF
READINGS (ISBN: 0271003561)


C. Politics


"Ecologism: Freedom at Risk" Christopher Lingle EUROPEAN AFFAIRS v.5 no.5
oct/nov 1991

"'Animal Rights': A New Species of Egalitarianism" Robert James Bidinotto
THE INTELLECTUAL ACTIVIST sep 14, 1983

"Animal rights vs research? A question of the nation's scientific literacy"
JAMA nov 21, 1990

"The 'animal rights' war on medicine" John G. Hubbell READER'S DIGEST jun 1990
pp.70-76

"Beastly idea" NATIONAL REVIEW apr 1, 1990

"Human vs animal rights: in defense of animal research" JAMA nov 17, 1989

"Proud to be speciest" NEW STATESMAN & SOCIETY apr 26, 1991

"Reigning cats and dogs" NATIONAL REVIEW jul 23, 1990

"A scientist: 'I am the enemy', a medical researcher takes on his accusers--the
animal rights movement" NEWSWEEK dec 18, 1989

"What's wrong with animal rights: of hounds, horses, and Jeffersonian
happiness" HARPER'S MAGAZINE sep 1991

"The Evolution of Animal Rights" COLUMBIA HUMAN RIGHTS LAW REVIEW v.18 pp.259-
288 1987

"Animal Rights Advocates: Are they threatening Human Rights?" Edwin A. Locke
LAB ANIMAL jul/aug 1989 p.15

"Animal Rights: A Biological Contradiction" JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL
ASSOCIATION jul 1989

"Rights, Justice, and Duties to Provide Assistance: A Critique of Regan's
Theory of Rights" ETHICS jan 1990

"A Case Against Animal Rights" ADVANCES IN ANIMAL WELFARE SCIENCE pp.191-204

"Animal Rights" J. Narveson CANADIAN JOURNAL OF PHILOSOPHY v.7 no.1 mar 1977

"Animal Rights Revisited" J. Narveson ANIMAL REGULATION STUDIES v.2 1979/1980

"Animal Liberation: A Critique" Michael A. Fox ETHICS v.88 no.2 1978
pp.106-118

"Speciesism and the Idea of Equality" Bonnie Steinbeck PHILOSOPHY v.53 1978
pp.247-256

"Radical Vegetarians" Aubrey Townsend AUSTRALASIAN JOURNAL OF PHILOSOPHY
v.57 no.1 1979 pp.85-93

"On a Case for Animal Rights" Jan Narveson MONIST v.70 no.1 jan 1987 pp.31-49

"Autonomy and the Value of Animal Life" R.G. Frey MONIST v.70 no.1 jan 1987
pp.50-63

"The Moral Case for Experimentation on Animals" H.J. McCloskey MONIST
v.70 no.1 jan 1987 pp.64-82

"A New Wave for Animal Rights" ANIMALS AGENDA jan 1987

"Liberation Zoology" Charles Oliver REASON jun 1990

(Review of Peter Singer's IN DEFENSE OF ANIMALS) Ronald Bailey COMMENTARY
oct 1985 and mar 1986

"The Animal Research Ruckus" Jeffrey P. Cohn GOVERNMENT EXECUTIVE v.23 no.10
oct 1991 p.14

"The People vs. Lizards and Owls" Letters by Ike C. Sugg and George G. Byers
WALL STREET JOURNAL mar 17, 1992 A15

"Human Rights, Animal Rights, and Friends of the Earth" Sylvestor Petro
FREEMAN v.42 no.3 mar 1992 pp.118-120

"What's Wrong with 'Animal Rights'" Adrian R. Morrison EDUCATION DIGEST
v.57 no.9 may 1992 pp.57-60 - condensed from THE AMERICAN SCHOOL BOARD JOURNAL
no.179 jan 1992 pp.20-23

"Animal trainer wins case vs. hate groups" Kathleen Marquardt EXECUTIVE
INTELLIGENCE REVIEW v.19 no.1 may 1, 1992 p.69

"Elite Ideology and Rick Perception in Nuclear Energy Policy" Stanley Rothman
and S. Robert Lichter AMERICAN POLITICAL SCIENCE REVIEW v.81 no.2 jun 1987
pp.383-404

"Is Oppostion to Nuclear Energy an Ideological Critique? Charles J. Helm,
Stanley Rothman and S. Robert Lichter AMERICAN POLITICAL SCIENCE REVIEW
v.82 no.3 sep 1988 pp.943-951

"Crimes Against Nature: Public Funding of Environmental Destruction" John
Baden POLICY REVIEW winter 1987 pp.36-40

"Crises: A Valuable tool in Environmental Politics" COMPETITIVE ENTERPRISES
UPDATE sep 1988

"Now Disposable: First Amendment Speech" Sam Kazman COMPETITIVE ENTERPRISE
INSTITUTE. CEI UPDATE no.7 jul 1991 p.1,3

"Don't Restrict 'Green' Product Advertising" Jerry Taylor CONSUMERS' RESEARCH
MAGAZINE v.75 no.5 may 1992 pp.23-26

"Externality, Property Rights and the Management of our National Forests" THE
JOURNAL OF LAW AND ECONOMICS oct 1973

"The War Over the St. Marys River" David R. Osier GEORGIA TREND v.7 no.9
may 1992 pp.26-32, 50-51

"U.S. Forest Service Sued for 'Takings'" Jonathan H. Adler COMPETITIVE
ENTERPRISE INSTITUTE. CEI UPDATE no.10 oct 1991 p.2

"Bankrupted by EPA" Peter Samuel NATIONAL REVIEW v.44 no.5 mar 16, 1992
pp.38-39

(Re: The Nature Conservancy) Warren Brookes THE WASHINGTON TIMES jan 25, 1991

"Private Property and the Environment: Two Views" Jane S. Shaw and John
Hospers FREEMAN v.39 no.1 jan 1989 pp.39-41

"Legal Issues in Pollution Engendered Torts" Robert K. Best and James I.
Collins CATO JOURNAL spring 1982 pp.102-136

"Who Should Own the Ocean?" Kent Jeffreys COMPETITIVE ENTERPRISE INSTITUTE.
CEI UPDATE no.8 aug 1991 pp.1-2

"Who Should Own the Ocean" Kent Jeffreys TERRA NOVA winter 1992

"Animal Rights" ECONOMIST nov 16, 1991

"So That's How We do It!" SIERRA mar/apr 1989 v.74 no.2 p.25 - excerpt from
article in LOGGING AND SAWMILLING JOURNAL apr 1988

"Ecoterrorism: The Dangerous Fringe of the Environment Movement" HERITAGE
FOUNDATION BACKGROUNDER no.764

"Earth First! What Next?" MOTHER JONES nov/dec 1990

"A Critique of Political Ecology" NEW LEFT REVIEW 1974

"The rights of nature and the death of God" Joel Schwartz THE PUBLIC INTEREST
no.97 fall 1989 pp.3-14

"Environmentalism and bounty hunting" Michael S. Greve THE PUBLIC INTEREST
no.97 fall 1989 pp.15-29

"Greek Lessons for Property Right Arrangements: Justice amd Nature Protection"
P. Ackroyd AMERICAN JOURNAL OF ECONOMICS AND SOCIOLOGY v.51 no.1 jan 1991 p.19

"Animal Rights" CQ RESEARCHER v.1 no.3 may 24, 1991 pp.301-324

"Forget left and right, the politics of the future will be growth vs. green"
Virginia I. Posterel UTNE READER no.40 jul/aug 1990 p.57 (2)

"Greens want to make peasants out of us all" Virginia I. Posterel UTNE READER
no.40 jul/aug 1990 p.60 (2)

"Globalizing Greener Government" COMPETITIVE ENTERPRISE INSTITUTE. CEI UPDATE
no.3 mar 1992 pp.1-2

The World Bank: Between Red and Green" James M. Sheehan COMPETITIVE ENTERPRISE
INSTITUTE. CEI UPDATE no.3 mar 1992 p.3

"The Science of Policymaking - Or Vice Versa" Ronald R. Kessler BUREAUCRAT
v.18 no.4 winter 1989-1990 pp.25-26

"Political Science: Risks and Rewards" Fred Lee Smith, Jr. COMPETITIVE
ENTERPRISE INSTITUTE. CEI UPDATE no.9 sep 1991 pp.1-2

"EPA Readies Cold Shower for U.S." Bonner R. Cohen HUMAN EVENTS v.52 no.15
apr 11, 1992 p.14

"Science and Policy at EPA" Peter L. Spencer CONSUMERS' RESEARCH MAGAZINE
v.75 no.5 may 1992 p.38

PESTICIDE AND TOXIC CHEMICAL NEWS feb 26, 1992

Peter H. Metzger, Ph.D. "The Coercive Utopians: Their Hidden Agenda"; "Govern-
ment-Funded Activism: Hiding Behind the Public Interest" -- both printed by
Public Service Company of Colorado, Denver Colorado, apr 28, 1978

J. Narveson "Animal Rights Revisited" in H. Miller and W. Williams ETHICS AND
ANIMALS

R.G. Frey "Autonomy and Animals" in M. Daly and A. George eds. ANIMALS IN
SOCIETY : RIGHTS AND WRONGS

Richard Neuhaus, IN DEFENSE OF PEOPLE: ECOLOGY AND THE SEDUCTION OF RADICALISM

Thomas J. DiLorenzo THE POLITICS OF ENVIRONMENTALISM

Russ Carman THE ILLUSIONS OF ANIMAL RIGHTS (ISBN: 0873411595)

Raymond Frey INTERESTS AND RIGHTS: THE CASE AGAINST ANIMALS (ISBN: 0198244215)

Janelle Rohr, ed. ANIMAL RIGHTS: OPPOSING VIEWPOINTS (ISBN: 089908415X and
0899084400)

James T. Bennett and Thomas J. DiLorenzo DESTROYING DEMOCRACY: HOW GOVERNMENT
FUNDS PARTISAN POLITICS (ISBN: 0932790534 and 0932790542)

Edith Efron THE APOCALYPTICS: CANCER AND THE BIG LIE: HOW ENVIRONMENTAL
POLITICS CONTROLS WHAT WE KNOW ABOUT CANCER (ISBN: 0671417436)

ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS: PUBLIC COST, PRIVATE REWARDS

Edwin Locke ANIMAL COGNITION (audio cassette: Second Renaissance Books
110 Copperwood Way P.O. Box 4625 Oceanside, CA 92052)

Edwin Locke "ANIMAL LOVERS": THE NEW MAN-HATERS (audio cassette: Second
Renaissance Books P.O. Box 4625 Oceanside, CA 92052)

Edwin Locke vs Stephen Sapontzis DO ANIMALS HAVE RIGHTS?: A DEBATE (audio
cassette and video: Second Renaissance Books 110 Copperwood Way P.O.Box 4625
Oceanside, CA 92052)





II. Economics

A.Recycling

"Will recycling help the environment?" Lynn Scarlett CONSUMERS' RESEARCH
MAGAZINE v. 74 no.3 mar 1991 pp.17-19

"Is paper better than plastic?" Martin B. Hocking CONSUMERS' RESEARCH
MAGAZINE v.74 no.10 oct 1991 p.28 (2)

NEW YORK TIMES feb 26, 1991 p.B5(N) p.C1(L)

ECONOMIST apr 13, 1991 p.17

HEALTH apr 1991 p.46

"Papering over the cracks: Does saving paper really save trees" John Feather
NEW SCIENTIST v.122 no.1668 jun 10, 1989 p.63

"The Big Muddle in Green Marketing" Jaclyn Fierman FORTUNE v.123 no.11
jun 3, 1991 p.91

EDITOR AND PUBLISHER jul 21, 1990 p.20

"Are plastics really the landfill problem?" CHEMTECH aug 1990 p.473

"The great paper pushers: Recycling is turning the pulp-and-paper business
upside down" US NEWS & WORLD REPORT v.111 no.9 aug 26/sep 2, 1991 p.48

BUSINESS WEEK jul 17, 1989

"Mixed benefits from recycling" NEW YORK TIMES jul 16, 1991 p.C2(N) p.D2(L)

"Pricing garbage to reduce waste" NEW YORK TIMES may 29, 1991 p.C2(N) p.D2(L)

"The Economics and Ethics of Trash" K.L. Billingsley FREEMAN v.42 no.1 jan
1992 pp.39-40

"Is Recycling Really Worth It?"/"Recycling's Dubious Economics" INVESTOR'S
BUSINESS DAILY nov 27/28, 1991

"Throwing Things Away" ECONOMIST v.321 no.7727 oct 5, 1991 pp.13-14

"Green Protectionism/Strange Bedfellows" FORBES v.148 no.13 dec 9, 1991

"Recycling Paper Products Makes Very Little Sense" HUMAN EVENTS oct 26, 1991
p.10

"What Garbage Crises?" FREEMAN v.41 no.6 jun 1991

"Modern Middens" NATURAL HISTORY v.99 no.5 may 1990 p.54(5)

"When Folk Sayings Are Ignored" Daniel F. McInnis FREEMAN v.41 no.9 sep 1991
pp.346-347

"Recycling Myths" NEW AMERICAN nov 19, 1991

"Make Your Environment Dirtier--Recycle" Lynn Scarlett WALL STREET JOURNAL
jan 14, 1991

"Piling Up: As Recycling Surges, Market for Materials Is Slow to Develop"
Frank Edward Allen WALL STREET JOURNAL jan 17, 1992 A1, A6

"Recycling's Invisible Costs" Lynn Scarlett WALL STREET JOURNAL mar 3, 1992 A14



B. Miscellaneous

"Why existence value should not be used in cost-benefit analysis" Donald H.
Rosenthal and Robert H. Nelson JOURNAL OF POLICY ANALYSIS & MANAGEMENT v.11
no.1 winter 1992 p.116

"The Green Thumb of Capitalism: The Environmental Benefits of Sustainable
Growth" William K. Reilly POLICY REVIEW no.54 fall 1990 pp.16-21

"How Markets for Water Would Protect the Environment" Kent Jeffreys STATE
BACKGROUNDER no.713/S sep 26, 1989

"Clean Profits: Using Economic Incentives to Protect the Environment" Robert
N. Stavins POLICY REVIEW no.48 spring 1989 pp.58-63

"The free market and the environment" Richard L. Stroup and Jane S. Shaw
PUBLIC INTEREST fall 1989 pp.30-43

"Economist Terry L. Anderson: Favoring Market Forces to Help Save The
Environment" John W. Merline INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY jan 13, 1992 pp.1-2

"Environment better served by free-trade carrot than protectionist stick"
David Dodwell FINANCIAL TIMES may 13, 1992 p.4

"Of NIMBYs, LULUs, and NIMTOOs" Herbert Inhaber PUBLIC INTEREST no.102
spring 1992 pp.52-64

"Free Housing from Environmental Snobs" Jack Kemp WALL STREET JOURNAL
jul 8, 1991 A6

"Sustainable Rhetoric and the Modern Malthusians" Kent Jeffreys COMPETITIVE
ENTERPRISE INSTITUTE. CEI UPDATE no.10 oct 1991 pp.5-6

"Good Fences Make Good Neighborhoods" Fred L. Smith and Kathy H. Kushner
NATIONAL REVIEW v.42 no.6 apr 1, 1990 p.31

"Ecology, Socialism, and Capitalism" Tibor R. Machan FREEMAN v.41 no.3 mar 1991
pp.97-98

[?] "Public choice and environmental risk" POLICY REVIEW winter 1989

"Helium--How Much Is Enough?" REGULATION mar/apr 1985

"Federal Lands Revisited" LAND ECONOMICS v.61 no.2 may 1985

"Save the Forests--Sell the Trees" WALL STREET JOURNAL aug 25, 1989

"Inside Our Outdoor Policy" CATO INSTITUTE POLICY ANALYSIS sep 1988

"Spare that tree!" FORBES v.148 no.13 dec 9, 1991

"Dirty Deal?" Rhona Mahony REASON v.24 no.1 may 1992 p.50

"Profligate Environmental Spending" Richard L. Lesher HUMAN EVENTS v.52 no.13
mar 28, 1992 p.9

"Costs of Environmental Policies Rise, Effectiveness Questioned" COAL NEWS
no.5086 mar 30, 1992 p.4

"The Cost of Regulation, Counted in Jobs" David Littmann WALL STREET JOURNAL
apr 21, 1992 A16

"Third Party Effect of Groundwater Law in the United States: Private Versus
Common Property" T.H. Bruggink AMERICAN JOURNAL OF ECONOMICS AND SOCIOLOGY
v.51 no.1 jan 1992 p.1

Barney Dowdle and Steve H. Hanke "Public Timber Policy and the Wood-Products
Industry" in Robert T. Deacon and Bruce M. Johnson, eds. FORESTLANDS PUBLIC AND
PRIVATE

Gene M. Grossman and Alan B. Krueger "Environmental Impacts of a North American
Free Trade Agreement" Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International
Affairs, Princeton University, Discussion Papers in Economics no.158 (nov 1991)

Advisory Commission on Regulatory Barriers to Affordable Housing "NOT IN MY
BACK YARD": REMOVING BARRIERS TO AFFORDABLE HOUSING jul 8, 1991

Fred Smith USING PROPERTY RIGHTS TO PROTECT THE ENVIRONMENT (Competitive
Enterprise Institute; 233 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE; Suite 200; Washington, D.C.
20003; (202)-547-1010)

Fred Smith PROTECTING THE ENVIRONMENT--MARKET ALTERNATIVES TO THE BUREAUCRATIC
STATE (The epilogue to the American Legislative Exchange Council's source book
of American state legislation A NATURAL RESOURCES POLICY AGENDA FOR THE '90'S)
(Competitive Enterprise Institute; 233 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE; Suite 200;
Washington, D.C. 20003; (202)-547-1010)

Patrick Low, ed. INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND THE ENVIRONMENT (World Bank, pub.)

Petr Beckmann SMALL IS BEAUTIFUL? : ECONOMICS AS IF ONLY SOME PEOPLE MATTERED

Gary D. Libecap LOCKING UP THE RANGE : FEDERAL LAND CONTROLS AND GRAZING
(ISBN: 088410382X)

Doug Bandow, ed. PROTECTING THE ENVIRONMENT: A FREE MARKET STRATEGY
(ISBN: 0891950400)

Terry L. Anderson and Donald R. Leal FREE MARKET ENVIRONMENTALISM
(ISBN: 0813311012 and 0936488336)

READINGS IN FREE MARKET ENVIRONMENTALISM (Competitive Enterprise Institute;
233 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE; Suite 200; Washington, D.C. 20003; (202)-547-1010)

Walter E. Block, ed. ECONOMICS AND THE ENVIRONMENT: A RECONCILIATION
(ISBN: 088975067X)


III. SCIENCE
A. Greenhouse Effect/Global Warming

CONSUMERS' RESEARCH MAGAZINE oct 1991

"The Greenhouse Blues: Keep Cool About Global Warming" Dixy Lee Ray POLICY
REVIEW no.49 summer 1989 pp.70-72

"Apocalypse Again" Peter Shaw COMMENTARY v.87 no.4 apr 1989 pp.50-52

"The Ice Age Cometh: Remember the scare of Global Cooling" Anna J. Bray
POLICY REVIEW no.58 fall 1991 pp.82-84

"There will be no climatic catastrophe" Ralf Schauerhammer EXECUTIVE
INTELLIGENCE REVIEW v.17 no.46 nov 30, 1990 pp.22-24

HUMAN EVENTS oct 26, 1991

EXECUTIVE INTELLIGENCE REVIEW v.16 no.3 jan 13, 1989

NEW YORK TIMES v.139 no.48, B6 dec 1989

"What Is the Truth About Global Warming?" Robert James Bidinotto READER'S
DIGEST v.136 no.814 feb 1990 p.93 (6)

"Bringing Down the Sea Level Rise" Richard A. Kerr SCIENCE v.240 no.4937
dec 22, 1989 p.1563

"Carbon dioxide curbs may not halt warming" WASHINGTON POST mar 10, 1990

"Skeptics are challenging dire 'greenhouse' view" NEW YORK TIMES dec 13, 1989

"The Greenhouse climate of fear" WASHINGTON POST jan 8, 1989

"Pseudo-scientific hot air: the data on climate are inconclusive" NEW YORK
TIMES dec 28, 1988

"Was that greenhouse effect? It depends on your theory" NEW YORK TIMES sep 4,
1988

"Fact and fancy on greenhouse earth" WALL STREET JOURNAL aug 30, 1988

"No greenhouse link to declining Artic ice (sea ice decrease is not evidence of
global warming)" NEW SCIENTIST v.131 no.1776 jul 6, 1991 p.25(1)

"The greenhouse effect: apocalypse now or chicken little?" OMNI v.13 no.10
jul 1991

"Throwing water on a hot debate" ELECTRICAL WORLD v.205 no.3 mar 1991

[?] "Bad weather, good crops" TIME may 28, 1990

"Scientific perspectives on the greenhouse effect" John W. Merline CONSUMERS'
RESEARCH MAGAZINE v.73 no.4 apr 1990 p.22 (4)

"Is it all just hot air? New computer models question the severity and timing
of the greenhouse effect" NEWSWEEK nov 20, 1989

"Methane gas buildup appears to be slowing" NEW YORK TIMES jun 18, 1991

"CO2: Where it goes, nobody knows" SCIENCE NEWS mar 23, 1991

"Not using fossil fuels could add to warming" NEW YORK TIMES feb 7, 1991
A15(N) B10(L)

"Busy bacteria may reduce the risk of a runaway greenhouse" NEW SCIENTIST
v.127 no.1727 jul 28, 1990 p.30

"A sizzling scientific debate; skeptics claim that the evidence for global
warming is not so hot" Charles P. Alexander TIME v.135 no.18 apr 30, 1990 p.84

"Satellites find no global warming in 1980's" SCIENCE NEWS mar 31, 1990

"Scientists studying 'greenhouse' effect challenge fears of global warming;
some researchers are beginning to question assumption that the earth's
temperature will rise sharply" CHRONICLE OF HIGHER EDUCATION jan 31, 1990

"Does the global greenhouse have a built-in thermostat?" NEW SCIENTIST
may 11, 1991

"A skeptic speaks out" EPA JOURNAL v.16 no.2 mar/apr 1990 p.46 (2)

"Sun and water in the greenhouse" NATURE v.349 no.6309 feb 7, 1991 p.467 (1)

"The greenhouse effect in central North America: if not now, when?" Thomas R.
Karl, Richard R. Heim, Jr, Robert G. Quayle SCIENCE v.251 no.4997 mar 1, 1991
pp.1058-1061

"About that drought...." WEATHERWISE oct 1988

"The hot air inflating the greenhouse effect" BUSINESS WEEK jun 17, 1991

"CO2 limits may initially worsen warming" SCIENCE NEWS feb 16, 1991

"Hot air-or what?" NATURE v.345 no.6276 jun 14, 1990 p.562 (1)

"The forecast: hazy and puzzling; a study says the U.S. is still cool, but
the greenhouse theory lives" TIME v.133 no.6 feb 6, 1989 p.57

"Hansen vs. the world on the greenhouse threat" Richard A. Kerr SCIENCE
v.244 no.4908 jun 2, 1989 pp.1041-1043

"The missing data on global climate change" ISSUES IN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
fall 1990

"A brick through the greenhouse" NATIONAL REVIEW aug 5, 1988

"Global warming: blaming the sun" Leslie Roberts SCIENCE v.246 no.4933
nov 24, 1989 pp.992-993

[?]"Nothing new under the greenhouse" NEW SCIENTIST jan 25, 1991

"Greenhouse bandwagon rolls on" Richard A. Kerr SCIENCE v.253 no.5022
aug 23, 1991 p.845

"Heating the global warming debate..." NEW YORK TIMES feb 3, 1991 p.24 col 1

"Recent ocean warming: are satellites right?" SCIENCE NEWS apr 22, 1989

"Warmer clouds could keep Earth cooler" SCIENCE NEWS sep 22, 1989

"Rethinking the greenhouse; the backlash has begun" ECONOMIST dec 16, 1989

"Beware greenhouse confusion" NATURE feb 22, 1990

"The global warming panic" Warren T. Brookes FORBES v.144 no.14 dec 25, 1989
p.96 (6)

"Or perhaps not" ECONOMIST v.313 no.7631 dec 2, 1989 p.99

"Wetter clouds dampen global greenhouse warming" NATURE sep 14, 1989

"A faulty greenhouse? Scientific evidence simply doesn't support the vision of
a sweltering planet" U.S. NEWS & WORLD REPORT dec 25, 1989

"Greenhouse redesign: shifting some blame to the Third World" U.S. NEWS &
WORLD REPORT jun 18, 1990

"Getting warmer?" Jane S. Shaw and Richard L. Stroup NATIONAL REVIEW
v.41 no.13 jul 14, 1989 pp.26-28

"The greenhouse effect: science fiction?" Hugh W. Ellsaesser CONSUMERS'
RESEARCH MAGAZINE v.71 no.11 nov 1988 p.27 (5)

"The very air" ECONOMIST may 16, 1987

"Scientists bare cold facts about global warming" ELECTRICAL WORLD aug 1989

"Looking for Mr. Greenhouse: can scientists say whether human have changed the
climate through the greenhouse effect?" SCIENCE NEWS apr 8, 1989

"Drastic remedies are not needed" S. Fred Singer CONSUMERS' RESEARCH
MAGAZINE v.71 no.11 nov 1988 p.32 (2)

"Jumping the greenhouse gun: people who should know better have begun to talk
as if they know the greenhouse effect has begun to work its way through the
climatic system. That is premature" John Maddox NATURE v.334 no.6177 jul 7,
1988 p.9 (1)

"Greenhouse skeptic out in cold" Richard A. Kerr SCIENCE v.246 no.4934
dec 1, 1989 p.1118 (2)

"Blowing hot and cold in the greenhouse" Fred Pearce NEW SCIENTIST v.121
no.1651 feb 11, 1989 pp.32-33

"Bids for the greehouse auction" Fred Pearce NEW SCIENTIST v.127 no.1728
aug 4, 1990 pp.63-64

"Britain isolated over response to greenhouse effect" Fred Pearce NEW SCIENTIST
v.121 no.1657 mar 25, 1989 p.22

[?]"How economic growth can be greenhouse-friendly" NEW SCIENTIST jul 8, 1989

"The greenhouse effect as a symptom of our collective angst" OCEANUS
summer 1989

"The Climate Effect of CO2: A Different View" Hugh Ellsaesser ATMOSPHERIC
ENVIRONMENT v.18 no.2 1984 pp.431-434

"Global Climatic Trends as Revealed by the Recorded Data" REVIEWS OF
GEOPHYSICS v.24 no.4 nov 1986

"A Character Sketch of Greenhouse" EPA JOURNAL jan/feb 1989

"The Weather in the Wake of El Nino" Richard A. Kerr SCIENCE v.240 no.4854
may 13, 1988 p.883

"Aircleaners in the Ocean" CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR feb 7, 1989

"What's wrong with Our Weather?" READER'S DIGEST nov 1988

"The Heat is On" TIME oct 19, 1987

"Letters" TIME jan 30, 1989 p.11

"The Greenhouse Constituency" Petr Beckmann CHIEF EXECUTIVE no.50 mar/apr
1989 pp.40-42

"Data Fail to Prove Global Warming" BILLINGS GAZETTE (Montana) mar 30, 1990

"Rebuttal to Greenhouse Theory Becomes More Vocal" U.S. WATER NEWS jan 1990

"The Once and Future Weather" ECONOMIST apr 7, 1990

"Some plants will like it hot in the global greenhouse" Dan Charles NEW
SCIENTIST v.126 no.1719 jun 2, 1990 p.31 (1)

"The great climate debate" Robert M. White SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN v.263 no.1
jul 1990 pp.36-43

"What to do about greenhouse warming" S. Fred Singer ES&T, ENVIRONMENTAL
SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY v.24 no.8 aug 1, 1990 p.1138

"A sceptical U.S. academic, Dr. Robert Balling, gives his own views on the
greenhouse effect" PETROLEUM REVIEW v.44 no.526 nov 1, 1990 p.578

"Carbon dioxide can revitalize the planet" Sherwood B. Idso USA TODAY MAGAZINE
v.120 no.2554 jul 1991 p.85 (3)

"Volcano clouds the picture on global warming" Christopher Joyce NEW SCIENTIST
v.131 no.1783 aug 24, 1991 p.11 (1)

"Could the sun be warming the climate?" Richard A. Kerr SCIENCE v.254 no.5032
nov 1, 1991 p.652 (2)

"Length of the Solar Cycle: An Indicator of Solar Activity" E. Friis-
Christensen and K. Lassen SCIENCE v.254 no.5032 nov 1, 1991 pp.698-700

"Danes Link Sunspot Intensity to Global Temperature Rise" NEW YORK TIMES
nov 5, 1991 p.C4

"Discrepancies in global warming data" SCIENCE NEWS v.146 no.6 aug 10, 1991
p.95 (1)

"Forecast cloudy: the limits of global warming models" Peter H. Stone
TECHNOLOGY REVIEW v.95 no.2 feb/mar 1992 p.32 (9)

"Environmental Fallacies" NEW AMERICAN dec 3, 1991

"Global Warming: The New National Academy of Sciences Report" REGULATION
summer 1991

"'Evidence for global warming, ozone depletion is sparse and questionable'"
EXECUTIVE INTELLIGENCE REVIEW v.18 no.48 dec 13, 1991

"Global Warming: the rest of the story" Gerd Weber EXECUTIVE INTELLIGENCE
REVIEW v.20 nos.2,3,4 jan 10, 17, 24 1992 - excerpted from Gerd Weber
GLOBAL WARMING: THE REST OF THE STORY

"Global pollution's silver lining" Patrick Michaels NEW SCIENTIST v.132 no.1796
nov 23, 1991 pp.40-40

"Belching cows not the main problem" BIOSCIENCE v.41 nov 1991

"No Consensus on Climate" Fred Singer COAL VOICE v.14 no.6 nov 1, 1991 p.28

"US industry attacks greenhouse predictions" F. Pearce NEW SCIENTIST v.132
no.1793 nov 2, 1991 p.10 (1)

"Climate Change Policy Debated" COAL NEWS no.5074 jan 6, 1992 pp.1-2

"Scientists: Global Climate Change is Perceptual Problem" COAL NEWS no.5077
jan 27, 1992 p.1, 4

"Most Scientific Experts Doubt Warming Theory Study Shows" COAL NEWS no.5081
feb 24, 1992 p.3

"Human Activity Has Little Warming Impact" COAL NEWS no.5081 feb 24, 1992 p.3

"Developing Climate Policy Based on Uncertain Theories, Scientists Say"
COAL NEWS no.5082 mar 2, 1992 p.1,4

"Emotion Should Not Drive Energy Policy, Michaels Tells Press" COAL NEWS
no.5082 mar 2, 1991 p.4

"Climate Policies Could Hurt U.S. Competitiveness, Coalition Says" COAL NEWS
no.5083 mar 9, 1992 p.1,4

"Climate Policies Need Scrutiny" COAL NEWS no.5085 mar 23, 1992 p.1, 4

"Boost in Climate Research Crucial To Settling Scientific Uncertainty"
COAL NEWS no.5085 mar 23, 1992 pp.1-2

"NCA Tells TV Audience Climate Change Issue Broader Than Potential Warming"
COAL NEWS no.5085 mar 23, 1992 p.3

"Colorado Senate Candidate Says More Global Climate Change Answers Needed"
COAL NEWS no.5086 mar 30, 1992 p.2

"Greening for Rio" COAL NEWS no.5089 apr 20, 1992 (Excerpt from THE RICHMOND
TIMES-DISPATCH mar 31, 1992)

"The Collapse of the Global Warming Models" Warren T. Brookes HUMAN EVENTS
v.52 no.3 jan 18, 1992 p.15

"Now Air Pollution Is Good" NEW AMERICAN v.8 no.5 mar 9, 1992 p.18

"Greenhouse Science" David A Lips REASON v.24 no.1 may 1992 pp.54-55

"Climatologist Robert Balling: His New Book Takes The 'Heat' Out Of Global
Warming" John Merline INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY apr 20, 1992 pp.1-2

"Global Warming Debate in the USA: The clash between scientists on policy
projections" Walter Goldstein and Volker A. Mohnen FUTURES: THE JOURNAL
OF FORECASTING, PLANNING AND POLICY v.24 no.1 jan/feb 1992 pp.37-53

"A Climate of Doubt About Global Warming" Robert C. Balling Jr. WALL STREET
JOURNAL apr 22, 1992 A18

"Look to climate models" USA TODAY apr 22, 1992 p.8A

"Some Coolness Concerning Global Warming" R.S. Lindzen BULLETIN OF THE AMERICAN
METEOROLOGICAL SOCIETY v.71 1990 pp.288-299

"Urban Warming" G. Kukla, J. Gavin, and T.R. Karl JOURNAL OF CLIMATE AND
APPLIED METEOROLOGY v.25 1986 pp.1265-1270

"Historical Trends in the United States and the Effect of Urban Population
Growth" S.B. Idso JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH v.94 no.2989 pp.3359-3363

"Climate and the Changing Sun" J.A. Eddy CLIMATE CHANGE v.1 1977 pp.173-190

"CO2 and Climate: A Missing Feedback?" J.F.B. Mitchell, C.A. Senior, and
W.J. Ingram NATURE v.341 1989 pp.132-134

"Reduced Rise in Sea Level" M.F. Meier NATURE v.343 1990 p.115

"Evidence from Antartic Ice Cores for Recent Increase in Snow Accumulation"
V.I. Morgan, I.D. Goodwin, D.M. Etheridge, and C.M. Wookey NATURE v.354 1991
pp.58-60

"Global Sea Level Rise" B.C. Douglas JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-OCEANS
1991 p.14

"The Increasing CO2 Concentration in the Atmosphere and Its Implication on
Agricultural Productivity" N.J. Rosenberg CLIMATE CHANGE v.3 1981 pp.265-279

"Plant Growth and Water Use with Limited Water Supply in High CO2
Concentrations,""Plant Dry Weight, Partitioning and Water Use Efficiency"
J.I.L. Morison and R.M. Gifford AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
v.11 1984 pp.361-374

"Global Warming: All Smoke and No Heat" Richard F. Sanford THE INTELLECTUAL
ACTIVIST v.6 no.2 mar 1992 pp.8-18

"Haze Clouds the Greenhouse: Sulfur pollution has slowed the global warming"
Richard Monastersky SCIENCE NEWS v.141 no.15 apr 11, 1992 pp.232-233

"Throwing Cold Water On Global Warming" (Letter) Hugh B. Lee Jr. WALL STREET
JOURNAL may 4, 1992 p.A17

Hugh Ellsaesser (Paper for Pacific Environment Conference) oct 1989

Hugh Ellsaesser "A Different View of the Climatic Effect of CO2"
(Prepublication paper) aug 1989

Kent Jeffreys WHY WORRY ABOUT GLOBAL WARMING? (Competitive Enterprise
Institute; 233 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE; Suite 200; Washington, D.C. 20003
(202)-547-1010

Gerd Weber GLOBAL WARMING: THE REST OF THE STORY

S. Fred Singer GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE: HUMAN AND NATURAL INFLUENCES

Rogelio Maduro (et al) "GREENHOUSE EFFECT" HOAX: A WORLD FEDERALIST PLOT

Denver, Colo.: Western Fuels Association, Inc., A SKEPTICAL LOOK AT GLOBAL
WARMING

Robert C. Balling Jr. THE HEATED DEBATE: GREENHOUSE PREDICTIONS VERSUS
CLIMATE REALITY

Sherwood B. Idso CARBON DIOXIDE AND GLOBAL CHANGE: EARTH IN TRANSITION

Robert Jastrow, William Nierenberg, Frederick Seitz SCIENTIFIC PERSPECTIVES
ON THE GREENHOUSE PROBLEM

THE GREENHOUSE CONSPIRACY (A video which can be borrowed free of charge from
the Competitive Enterprise Institute 233 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE; Suite 200;
Washington, D.C. 20003; (202)-547-1010)


B. Ozone Depletion


CONSUMER'S RESEARCH MAGAZINE oct 1991

"The ozone hole could be caused by solar wind, not by human activity" EXECUTIVE
INTELLIGENCE REVIEW v.17 no.46 nov 30, 1990 pp.25-26

"Atmospheric scientist disproves Chicken Little" interview of Hugh W.
Ellsaesser EXECUTIVE INTELLIGENCE REVIEW v.17 no.27 jun 29, 1990 pp.22-29

"Debunking media myths about the ozone layer" interview of Hugh W.
Ellsaesser EXECUTIVE INTELLIGENCE REVIEW v.17 no.28 jul 6, 1990 pp.22-28

"Ozone depletion is proven to be a scientific fraud" Rogelio A. Maduro
EXECUTIVE INTELLIGENCE REVIEW v.16 no.18 apr 28, 1989 pp.20-24

"Gordon Dobson refutes the ozone priesthood" Gordon Dobson EXECUTIVE
INTELLIGENCE REVIEW v.16 no.18 apr 28, 1989 pp.24-27

"Assessing the threat to the Ozone" S. Fred Singer and Candace Crandall
CONSUMERS' RESEARCH MAGAZINE v.70 jul 1987 p.11 (4)

"My adventures in the ozone layer" S. Fred Singer NATIONAL REVIEW v.41 no.12
jun 30, 1989 p.34 (5)

"The ozone hole that didn't eat the world" Ronald Bailey FORBES v.144 no.10
oct 30, 1989 p.244 (2)

"The Ozone Precedent: We've Got a Policy, But Do We Have a Problem?" OUTSIDE
mar 1988

"Cloudy Crystal Balls" TIME oct 19, 1987

"Global Stratospheric Ozone and UVB Radiation" (Letters) Joseph Scotto,
Gerald Cotton, Frederick Urbach, Daniel Berger, Thomas Fears SCIENCE v.242
no.4882 nov 25, 1988 pp.1111-1112

"Biologists Are Assessing Ozone Hole's Effect on Ecology" CHEMICAL & ENGINE-
ERING NEWS nov 2, 1988

"Environmental Fallacies" NEW AMERICAN dec 3, 1991

"Hole found in ozone theory" GLOBE AND MAIL mar 6, 1991 A1

"Press-Release Ozone Hole" WALL STREET JOURNAL feb 28, 1992 A14

"Letters" Forrest M. Mims III WALL STREET JOURNAL mar 10, 1992 A19

"Here Comes Another Ozone Scare" Edward C. Krug HUMAN EVENTS v.52 no.8 feb 22,
1992 p.9

"There's a Hole in the Propaganda" John F. McManus NEW AMERICAN v.8 no.6
mar 23, 1992 p.44

"New book on ozone 'hole' reveals fraud behind ECO-92" EXECUTIVE INTELLIGENCE
REVIEW v.19 no.5 jan 31, 1992 pp.16-19--excerpt from Ralf Schauerhammer and
Rogelio A. Maduro THE HOLES IN THE OZONE HOAX

"There is no ozone hole over the Northern Hemisphere" Rogelio A. Maduro
EXECUTIVE INTELLIGENCE REVIEW v.19 no.13 mar 27, 1992 pp.16-23

"The Sky's Not Falling" interview of Petr Beckmann NEW AMERICAN v.8 no.7
apr 6, 1992 pp.13-14

"Government Now In Stratosphere" Kent Jeffreys COMPETITIVE ENTERPRISE
INSTITUTE. CEI UPDATE no.3 mar 1992 p.4

"Ozone 'Crises': Science Losing Out to P.R. Campaigns" Kent Jeffreys
HUMAN EVENTS v.52 no.16 apr 18, 1992 p.9

"Caught sniffing the ozone again" Kent Jeffreys WASHINGTON TIMES feb 9, 1992

"Big Holes in the Ozone Studies" Letters by Candace C. Crandall, Hugh W.
Ellsaesser, Lionel H. Brooks and John D. Russell WALL STREET JOURNAL
apr 15, 1992 A21

"The Hole Story: The Science Behind the Scare" Ronald Bailey REASON v.24 no.2
jun 1992 pp.24-31

Ralf Schauerhammer and Rogelio A. Maduro THE HOLES IN THE OZONE HOAX


C. Acid Rain

"Clean air hype" S. Fred Singer POLICY REVIEW no.53 summer 1990 pp.84-85

"Worst Fears on Acid Rain Unfounded" William Stevens COAL VOICE v.13 no.2
mar/apr 1990

"Further 'Flimflam' Evidence" Alan W. Katzenstein POLICY REVIEW no.53 summer
1990 pp.83-84

"No Acid Rain Crises" J. Laurence Kulp POLICY REVIEW no.53 summer 1990
pp.82-83

"Is acid rain a serious environmental problem?" Warren T. Brookes EDITORIAL
RESEARCH REPORTS v.1 no.9 mar 8, 1991 p.141 (2)

"Fish story: the Great Acid Rain Flimflam" Edward C. Krug POLICY REVIEW no.52
spring 1990

"Acid Test" REASON jan 1992

Edward C. Krug, Illinois State Water Survey Division "Assessment of the Theory
and Hypothesis of the Acidification of Watersheds" (Prepared for the U.S.
Department of Energy)(Champaign, Illinois) apr 1989

D. Pollution/Risk

"Paper Versus Polystyrene: A Complex Choice" Martin B. Hocking SCIENCE v.251
no.4993 feb 1, 1991 pp.504-505

ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT v.15 nov 1991

JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC GROWTH v.4 no.2 summer 1990

"Love Canal: The Truth Seeps Out" Eric Zuesse REASON feb 1981

"Gone Fishin'" REASON aug/sep 1988

"Scare of the week" Daniel E. Koshland, Jr SCIENCE v.244 no.4900 apr 7, 1989
p.9

"The pros and cons of aseptic packaging: is it environmentally correct?"
Beatrice Trum Hunter CONSUMERS' RESEARCH MAGAZINE v.74 no.8 aug 1991 p.15 (3)

"Is paper Better than Plastic?" Martin B. Hocking CONSUMERS' RESEARCH MAGAZINE
v.74 no.10 oct 1991 p.28 (2) -- excerpted from SCIENCE v.251 feb 1, 1991
pp.504-505 and ENVIRONMENTAL MAGAGEMENT v.15 nov 1991

"Environmental Strategies with Uncertain Science" S. Fred Singer REGULATION
v.13 no.1 winter 1990 pp.65-70

"The Hazards of 'Political' Science" Vernon N. Houk CONSUMERS' RESEARCH
MAGAZINE v.75 no.2 feb 1992 p.10 (6)

"The High Cost of Political Science at the EPA: Despite EPA-generated scares,
environmental pollution is not a major cancer hazard" Warren T. Brookes
HUMAN EVENTS v.52 no.2 jan 11, 1992 p.9

"Two Cheers for Bush's Clean Air Plan" Kent Jeffreys STATE BACKGROUNDER
no.718/S aug 31, 1989

"Setbacks for the Bush Clean Air Plan" Kent Jeffreys BACKGROUNDER UPDATE
no.119 nov 14, 1989 (updating STATE BACKGROUNDER no.718/S jul 10, 1989)

"Now trees are the villains" NEW AMERICAN v.8 no.3 feb 10, 1992 p.17 {refering
to LOS ANGELES TIMES nov 24, 1991}

"Dioxin Joins List of Costly False Alarms" Jonathan H. Adler LOS ANGELES TIMES
aug 19, 1991

"Ground Water: How Contaminated?" Jay H. Lehr CIVIL ENGINEERING v.61 no.4
apr 1991 pp.72-73

"Is Electricity a health hazard" CONSUMERS' RESEARCH MAGAZINE v.74 no.1
jan 1991 p.24 (5)

"The Assault of the Environmental 'Ban Wagon'" Jonathan H. Adler HUMAN EVENTS
v.52 no.3 jan 18, 1992 p.11

"A Multibillion-dollar Radon Scare" Ben Bolch and Harold Lyons THE PUBLIC
INTEREST spring 1990

"Should we worry about radon in our homes" Bernard Cohen, Richard J. Guimond,
William J. Blot, and W.T. Vonstille CONSUMERS' RESEARCH MAGAZINE v.74 no.4
apr 1991 p.10 (5)

"Radon Today: The Role of Flimflam in Public Policy" Philip H. Abelson
REGULATION v.14 no.4 fall 1991 pp.95-100

"How a PR Firm Executed the Alar Scare" WALL STREET JOURNAL oct 3, 1989

"The Great Apple Scare" Robert James Bidinotto READER'S DIGEST v.37 no.822
p.53 (6)

"Much ado about alar" Joseph D. Rosen CONSUMERS' RESEARCH MAGAZINE v.74 no.2
feb 1991 p.16 (5)

(Re: Alar) NEW YORK TIMES jul 9, 1991

"Do pesticides cause cancer?" Robert Scheuplein CONSUMERS' RESEARCH MAGAZINE
v.74 no.12 dec 1991 p.30 (4)

"Alar Scare, Three Years Later: It's Still a Hoax" Marjorie Mazel Hecht
THE NEW FEDERALIST v.6 no.11 mar 16, 1992 p.11

"Ocean pollution" John W. Merline CONSUMERS' RESEARCH MAGAZINE v.74 no.5
may 1991 p.38 (1)

"The Exxon Valdez Oil Spill: Preventing Future Tragedies" Kent Jeffreys
BACKGROUNDER UPDATE no.95 apr 6, 1989 (Updating Milton R. Copulos SECURING
AMERICA'S ENERGY AND MINERAL NEEDS (ISBN: 0891950478))

"Are oil spills an environmental hazard?" CONSUMERS' RESEARCH MAGAZINE
v.74 no.1 jan 1991 p.14 (4) -- excerpt from "Oil in the Ocean: the Short and
Long-Term Impacts of a Spill"

"Oil Spills: Is the Perception Worse than the Reality?" FORUM FOR APPLIED
RESEARCH AND PUBLIC POLICY v.6 no.4 winter 1991

(Re: Clean air technology) Dan McInnis DETROIT NEWS jul 28, 1991; BIRMINGHAM
NEWS aug 5, 1991; COLUMBUS DISPATCH aug 5, 1991

"Common Sense Lost in Ozone Smog" Gerald Sirkin WALL STREET JOURNAL feb 13,
1991 A18

"Letters" S. Fred Singer WALL STREET JOURNAL mar 10, 1991

"Environmentalism Smothers New York" Richard Miniter WALL STREET JOURNAL
mar 31, 1991 A16--a shorter version of an article appearing in the winter
issue of THE CITY JOURNAL

"Cleaning up smog: costs vs. benefits" Alan J. Krupnick and Paul R. Portney
CONSUMERS' RESEARCH MAGAZINE v.74 no.8 aug 1991 p.23 (5)

"Media ignore radiation's benefits" Patrick Cox USA TODAY jan 22, 1992

"Why Socialism Causes Pollution" Thomas J. DiLorenzo FREEMAN v.42 no.3
mar 1992 pp.107-112

"Capitalism's 'Green' Advantage: Free Markets May Be Pollution's Worst Enemy"
Michael Fumento INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY feb 26, 1992 pp.1-2

"New Rules Harness Power of Free Markets To Curb Air Pollution" Jeffrey
Taylor WALL STREET JOURNAL apr 14, 1992 A1, A12

"Let Consumers Know the Facts" Dixy Lee Ray FARM CHEMICALS v.155 no.1
jan 1, 1992 p.25

"Lawn chemicals are safe" Allen James USA TODAY apr 22, 1992 p.14A

"Blinded by Pseudoscience" Rick Henderson REASON v.24 no.2 jun 1992 pp.6-7

"Insufficient Data" Rick Henderson REASON v.24 no.2 jun 1992 pp.55-57

Kenneth Smith "Alar: One Year Later" (Report published by American Council
on Science and Health; 1995 Broadway, New York, NY 10023) mar 1990

Fred Smith "Auto Fuel Economy Standards: Good for the Environment or a Cause
of Highway Deaths?" (National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA)) (Available
from the Competitive Enterprise Institute, (202)-547-1010 or NCPA, (214)-
386-NCPA) oct 2, 1991

"Pollution and Political Theory" Tibor R. Machan in Tom Regan ed. EARTHBOUND :
NEW INTRODUCTORY ESSAYS IN ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS (ISBN: 0394332687)

California Department of Food and Agriculture ANALYSIS OF NATURAL RESOURCES
DEFENSE COUNCIL'S REPORT "INTOLERA-BLE RISK" may 25, 1989

A CRITICAL REVIEW OF THE NATURAL RESOURCES DEFENSE COUNCIL'S REPORT
"INTOLERABLE RISK" (Prepared for the National Agricultural Chemicals
Association by consulting scientists)

Elizabeth M. Whelan THE CHEMICAL SCARE: ARE POLITICS DRIVING THE FEAR? The
Heritage Lectures no.295 (ISSN: 0272-1155)

Milton R. Copulos SECURING AMERICA'S ENERGY AND MINERAL NEEDS
(ISBN: 0891950478)

Petr Beckmann THE HEALTH HAZARDS OF NOT GOING NUCLEAR (ISBN: 0911762167)

Sir Fred Hoyle ENERGY OR EXTINCTION? : THE CASE FOR NUCLEAR ENERGY
(ISBN: 0435544314)

Samuel McCracken THE WAR AGAINST THE ATOM (ISBN: 0465090621)

Elizabeth M. Whelan TOXIC TERROR (ISBN: 0915463091)

Bruce Ames NATURE'S CANCERS (video: Second Renaissance Books 110 Copperwood
Way P.O. Box 4625 Oceanside, CA 92052)



E. Resourse Depletion/Low Food Production/Population Growth

COMMENTARY apr 1989

JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC GROWTH v.4 no.1 winter 1989-90

"Raining in their hearts: nuclear winter, population explosion, non-
renewable resources, vanisning species--some of them are genuine problems,
others are made up out of whole cloth" NATIONAL REVIEW dec 3, 1989

"Good intentions, woeful results: how an ambitious environmental program ended
up damaging the tropical rain forests" Eugene Linden TIME v.137 no.13
apr 1, 1991 p.48 (2)

"Politically Correct Food" Jonathan H. Adler FREE MARKET v.10 no.3 mar 1992
p.4

"Apples Revisited" WALL STREET JOURNAL mar 16, 1992 A14

"Dr. Doom" FORBES oct 16, 1989

"Paratoxicology" Gary Slutsker FORBES jan 8, 1990

"Institutional Underpinnings of the Water Crises" CATO JOURNAL v.2 winter 1983

"California's Man-Made Drought" Dirk Yandell and Michael C. Paganelli FREEMAN
v.41 no.8 aug 1991 pp.294-295

"California's Water Shortage Is Government's Fault" Mary J. Reyburn FREE MARKET
v.10 no.3 mar 1992 p.4

"Water: The West's most misallocated resource" Leslie Spencer FORBES v.149
no.9 apr 27, 1992 pp.68-74

"Muck-raking" ECONOMIST v.321 no.7727 oct 5, 1991 pp.26-31

"Rubbish!" William Rathje ATLANTIC MONTHLY dec 1989

"The garbage problem: it may be politics, not nature" Peter Passell
NEW YORK TIMES feb 26, 1991 pB5 (N) pC1 (L) col 1

"Talking Trash" Virginia I. Postrel and Lynn Scarlett REASON aug/sep 1991

"Garbage Crisis" CQ RESEARCHER v.2 no.11 mar 20, 1992

"Trash and Burn Eco-Rubbish" Lindsay Bray COMPETITIVE ENTERPRISE INSTITUTE.
CEI UPDATE no.4 apr 1992 p.4,6

"RCRA Reauthorization Could be 'Pivotal' to Enviro Policy, Study Says"
COAL NEWS no.5087 apr 6, 1992 p.2

"Junk Mail: A Trashy Business" Jonathan H. Adler COMPETITIVE ENTERPRISE
INSTITUTE. CEI UPDATE no.10 oct 1991 p.3

"Elephants and Ivory" Elizabeth Larson FREEMAN v.41 no.7 jul 1991 pp.261-263

"All Creatures Great & Small: Species Preservation Out of Control" Charles
Oliver REASON v.23 no.11 apr 1992 p.22

"Where Many an Owl is Spotted: Loggers on welfare while spotted owls flourish-
-but ecologists don't give a hoot" James Owen Rice NATIONAL REVIEW v.44 no.4
mar 2, 1992 p.41

"Competing claims of man and nature" Martin Dickson FINANCIAL TIMES
may 11, 1992 p.16

"Endangered Species Act Endangers Species" Donald J. Devine HUMAN EVENTS
v.52 no.3 jan 18, 1992 p.15

"Conservation Through Government Coercion" Kent Jeffreys COMPETITIVE ENTERPRISE
INSTITUTE UPDATE no.6 jun 1991 p.4,6

"Audubon Holds the Key to ANWR Oil" Jonathan H. Adler COMPETITIVE ENTERPRISE
INSTITUTE. CEI UPDATE no.7 jul 1991 pp.4-5

(Op/eds re: oil drilling and the ANWR) Jonathan H. Adler THE WASHINGTON TIMES
jul 18, 1991; DETROIT NEWS jul 19, 1991; CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR jul 23, 1991

"Free Markets: The Only Pro-Life, Pro-Choice Energy Policy" David Burke
COMPETITIVE ENTERPRISE INSTITUTE. CEI UPDATE no.8 aug 1991 pp.3-4

"Roads, banks, and energy" Richard Coorsh CONSUMERS' RESEARCH MAGAZINE
v.74 no.4 apr 1991 p.6 (1)

"Global and regional energy supplies: recent fictions and fallacies revisited"
Peter R. Odell ENERGY POLICY v.20 no.4 apr 1992 pp.284-296

"Soft vs. Hard Energy Paths: Ten Critical Essays on Amory Lovins' 'Energy
Strategy: The Road Not Taken'" (Charles Yulish Associates Inc., 229 17th Ave.,
New York, NY 10011)

Neil Hamilton and Robert Wasserstrom "Solid Waste Disposal in the United
States: Rate Regulation is Not the Answer" (Washington, D.C.: National Solid
Waste Management Association, 1989)

R.H. Timberlake, Jr. ENERGY SUPPLIES AND THE FREE MARKET

I.A. Forbes THE ECONOMICS OF AMORY LOVIN'S SOFT PATH (A.I.F. 7101 Wisconsin
Avenue, Washington, DC 20014)

Walter Block "Population Growth: Is It a Problem?" in Peter S. Ross, Sheila
Riordon, and Susan Macarthey, eds. RESOLVING GLOBAL PROBLEMS INTO THE 21ST
CENTURY: HOW CAN SCIENCE HELP?

William Rathje and Michael Reilly HOUSEHOLD GARBAGE AND THE ROLE OF PACKAGING
(Tuscon, AZ: University of Arizona, july 1985)

James A. Weber POWER GRAB : THE CONSERVER CULT AND THE COMING ENERGY
CATASTROPHE

S. Fred Singer ed. FREE MARKET ENERGY : THE WAY TO BENEFIT CONSUMERS
(ISBN: 0876634439)

Sherry H. Olson THE DEPLETION MYTH: A HISTORY OF RAILROAD USE OF TIMBER
(ISBN: 0674198204)

Charles Maurice and Charles W. Smithson THE DOOMSDAY MYTH : 10,000 YEARS OF
ECONOMIC CRISES (ISBN: 0817979611)

Terry L. Anderson WATER CRISES : ENDING THE POLICY DROUGHT (ISBN: 0801830877)

Julian L. Simon and Herman Kahn eds. THE RESOURCEFUL EARTH : A RESPONSE TO
GLOBAL 2000 (ISBN: 0631134670)

Julian Simon THE ULTIMATE RESOURSE (ISBN: 069109389X)


F. Wetlands


"The strange case of the glancing geese" FORBES sep 2, 1991

"In a murky quagmire: the wetlands need protection. But does that mean every
soggy acre?" U.S. NEWS & WORLD REPORT jun 3, 1991

"Muddy Waters: The Quagmire of Wetlands Regulation" Richard Miniter POLICY
REVIEW no.56 spring 1991

"In a murky quagmire" Betsy Carpenter U.S. NEWS & WORLD REPORT jun 3, 1991

"The Swamp Thing" Rick Henderson REASON apr 1991

"Swamping the economy?" Warren Brookes THE WASHINGTON TIMES apr 11, 1991

"Wetlands statutes bog down residents" Rick Raber THE TIMES OF TRENTON
feb 3, 1991

Matthew Hoffman CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR aug 26, 1991

"Do Wetlands Need Federal Protection?" Jonathan H. Adler ST. LOUIS POST-
DISPATCH aug 29, 1991

"Wetlands: It's Time to Lose 'No Net Loss'" Jonathan H. Adler COMPETITIVE
ENTERPRISE INSTITUTE. CEI UPDATE no.9 sep 1991 pp.6-7

"Bogged Down in Wetlands" William G. Laffer FREE MARKET v.9 no.11 nov 1991 p.6

"Court curbs EPA's wetlands regulatory authority" FARM BUREAU NEWS v.71 no.17
apr 27, 1992 p.1

"Protecting Ecologically Valuable Wetlands Without Destroying Property Rights"
William G. Laffer III BACKGROUNDER (HERITAGE FOUNDATION (WASHINGTON, D.C.))
no.840 jul 15, 1991

IV. GENERAL


ECONOMIST v.320 no.7725 sep 21, 1991

HUMAN EVENTS oct 19, 1991

"Trashing the planet" John W. Merline CONSUMERS' RESEARCH MAGAZEINE v.74 no.3
mar 1991 p.38 (1) - excerpt from Dixy Lee Ray TRASHING THE PLANET

"The science behind global environmental scares" S. Fred Singer CONSUMERS'
RESEARCH MAGAZINE v.74 no.10 oct 1991 p.17 (5)

"Nuclear Winter: How Much Do We Really Know?" Howard Maccabee REASON may 1985
pp.26-35

"Only man's presence can scare nature" HARPER'S MAGAZINE apr 1990

"On the Origin of Specious Critics" Stephen Jay Gould DISCOVER jan 1985

"Gaia: a revolution comes of age" Fred Pearce NEW SCIENTIST v.117 no.1604
mar 17, 1988

"Hands up for the Gaia hypothesis" NATURE mar 8, 1990

"A Guide to Environmental Myths and Realities" Lynn Scarlett CONSUMERS'
RESEARCH MAGAZINE v.75 no.1 jan 1992 p.11 (6)

EXECUTIVE INTELLIGENCE REVIEW sep 27, 1991; oct 4, 1991

ECONOMIST v.321 no.7727 oct 5, 1991

FORBES oct 21, 1991; oct 14, 1991

"The not so peaceful world of Greenpeace" Leslie Spencer, Jan Bollwerk, Richard
C. Morais FORBES nov 11, 1991

"A Radical Proposal: Saving the Wilderness" J. Baden, R. Stroup, Patrick
Cox REASON jul 1981

"Inheriting the Earth" Joseph P. Martino REASON nov 1982 pp.30-46, 46

"Sense and nonsense on the environment: Saving the earth is a fine thing,
but first you have to understand the issues" Warren T. Brookes THE QUILL
v.79 no.1 jan/feb 1991 p.14 (6)

"The wasteful pursuit of zero risk" FORBES apr 30, 1990

"Time to Defend Science" Dixy Lee Ray PEST CONTROL v.57 no.12 dec 1, 1989 p.36

"Environmental hype and hoax" (Letter) S. Fred Singer WILSON QUARTERLY
v.15 no.3 summer 1991 p.140 (2)

"Saving the Earth From Its Friends" David Brooks NATIONAL REVIEW v.42 no.6
apr 1, 1990 p.28

"Riding The 'Ban' Wagon: Unsafe for Any Species" Ike C. Sugg COMPETITIVE
ENTERPRISE INSTITUTE UPDATE no.6 jun 1991 pp.4-5

"Now wait just a minute: naysayers dispute the forecasts of doom and gloom"
Eugene Linden TIME v.134 no.25 dec 18, 1989 p.68 (1)

"Everything you know about the environment is wrong: a liberal skeptic's
guide to Earth Day" Gregg Easterbrook NEW REPUBLIC apr 30, 1990

"Environmentalism and the Leisure Class--Protecting birds, fishes, and above
all, social privilege" William Tucker HARPER'S dec 1977 pp.49-80

"Subjectivity and environmentalism" INQUIRY jun 1990

"The End of Nature" (book review) FORBES oct 16, 1989

"Shaking the invisible hand: environmentalists are showing the market new
respect; are they serious? Or is this just astute public relations?" William
Tucker FORBES v.147 no.7 apr 1, 1991 p.64 (2)

"Lotus blossoms, dead souls" FORBES v.148 no.14 dec 23, 1991

"The environmental movement: a skeptical view" Virginia I. Postrel CHEMTECH
v.21 no.8 aug 1991 p.457 (5); VITAL SPEECHES v.56 no.23 sep 15, 1990 p.729 (4)

"The Green Road to Serfdom" Virginia I. Postrel REASON apr 1990

"From limits to growth to global change" Frederick H. Buttel, Ann P. Hawkins,
and Alison G. Power GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE v.1 no.1 dec 1990 pp.57-66

"Eco-Dumb Kids" Jonathan H. Adler COMPETITIVE ENTERPRISE INSTITUTE. CEI UPDATE
no.7 jul 1991 p.5

"Schoolchildren Learn Ecology by Doing--To Alleged Polluters" Frank Edward
Allen WALL STREET JOURNAL apr 30, 1992 A1,A5

"Some Environmental Myths and Realities" GRAPHIC COMMUNICATIONS WORLD
mar 30, 1992

(Re: Conservatives and environmental issues) Jonathan H. Adler NEWSLINK
oct 1991

"Environmentalism: Freedom's Foe for the '90s" Robert James Bidinotto
FREEMAN nov 1990 pp.409-420

"Science behind recent regulations questioned" John Merline and Peter Spencer
CONSUMERS' RESEARCH MAGAZINE v.74 no.7 jul 1991 p.35 (1)

(Re: Bovine "threat" to the earth) Matthew Hoffman PLAIN DEALER aug 13, 1991

"Attack of the Killer Cows" Matthew Hoffman FREE MARKET v.9 no.9 sep 1991 p.1,7

"The New Bovine Threat" Matthew Hoffman COMPETITIVE ENTERPRISE INSTITUTE. CEI
UPDATE no.8 aug 1991 p.5

"The Bogus Bovine Campaign" Matthew Hoffman COMPETITIVE ENTERPRISE INSTITUTE.
CEI UPDATE no.4 apr 1992 p.5

"Science vs. Hysteria" George L. Carlo, PhD. Letter WALL STREET JOURNAL
mar 27, 1992 A15

"Why Do Media Ignore So Many Eco-Errors?" Jonathan H. Adler HUMAN EVENTS
v.52 no.11 mar 14, 1992 p.15

"Bush Warned Against 'Earth Summit' Trap" HUMAN EVENTS v.52 no.15 apr 11, 1992
p.1,7

"'Earth Summit' takes issue with prosperity" Matthew Hoffman DETROIT NEWS
feb 25, 1992

"State of What World? Matthew Hoffman COMPETITIVE ENTERPRISE INSTITUTE. CEI
UPDATE no.3 mar 1992 p.6

"Jefferson Group Urges Bush to Avoid Rio" Eric Askanase COMPETITIVE ENTERPRISE
INSTITUTE. CEI UPDATE no.4 apr 1992 p.6

"Demagoguery in Green" Ronald Bailey NATIONAL REVIEW v.44 no.5 mar 16, 1992
pp.43-45

"Green Statistics: Just facts, please" ECONOMIST v.323 no.7755 apr 18, 1992
pp.92-93

"The Science Mob" Philip J. Hilts NEW REPUBLIC v.206 no.20 may 18, 1992
pp.24-31

"Costs of Environmental Policies Rise, Effectiveness Questioned" COAL NEWS
no.5086 mar 30, 1992 p.4

"High costs, uncertain results" W. David Montgomery USA TODAY apr 22, 1992
p.8A

"Backlash in golden state" Louise Kehoe FINANCIAL TIMES apr 22, 1992 p.12

"When Government Tries Regulating Mother Nature" James A. Maccaro HUMAN EVENTS
v.52 no.17 apr 25, 1992 p.9

James Bovard RCRA: ORIGIN OF AN ENVIRONMENTAL DEBACLE (Reprinted from the
JOURNAL OF REGULATION AND SOCIAL COSTS)(Competitive Enterprise Institute;
233 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE; Suite 200; Washington, D.C. 20003; (202)-547-1010)

"Ecoterrorism: the Dangerous Fringe of the Environmental Movement" Doug Bandow
BACKGROUNDER (HERITAGE FOUNDATION (WASHINGTON, D.C.)) no.764 apr 12, 1990

Kent Jeffreys, (ed.) "For Earth Day, Nine Scientists Offer Data on the State
of the Environment" BACKGROUNDER (HERITAGE FOUNDATION (WASHINGTON, D.C.))
no.765 apr 19, 1990

"Guidelines for the U.N. Environmental Conference" Christopher M. Gacek, Ph.D.
and James L. Malone BACKGROUNDER (HERITAGE FOUNDATION (WASHINGTON, D.C.))
no.874 jan 28, 1992

John Shanahan THE CONSERVATIVE AS ENVIRONMENTALIST (Heritage Lectures) no.358
(ISSN: 0272-1155)

John A. Baden "The Environment and Economic Growth in the Southwest" in
Gerald P. O'Driscoll, ed. THE SOUTHWEST ECONOMY IN THE 1990'S: A DIFFERENT
DECADE

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Not that I don't appreciate that aid to opposition research you
posted, jimbo, but isn't it SOP to ask before posting something
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