CEI Today: Paris COP-21 and Washington's red tape

Monday, November 30, 2015
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Paris Accord’s Climatological Insignificance

In a new study, Bjorn Lomborg estimates the impact on global temperatures of the emission-reduction pledges... that the governments of the United States, European Union, China, and other countries hope to finalize at the upcoming COP 21 climate treaty conference in Paris. Lomborg finds that all [those pledges] combined “will do little to stabilize the climate and their impact will be undetectable for many decades.” > Read more

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Paul Bedard: Washington red tape nears new and costly record

The administration frequently says that new rules have positive net benefits, but CEI's vice president for policy, Clyde Wayne Crews Jr., explained that most of the rules are never subjected to a cost analysis, raising concerns that politics is at play.
Crews just produced a review of the 3,554 regulations approved in 2014 and said that less than 1 percent were subjected to a cost analysis. > Read Paul Bedard's column in the Washington Examiner

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