CEI Today: Paris climate change summit, regulatory tariffs, and more

Tuesday, December 8, 2015
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A Paris Climate Conference Dispatch

Admitting it is a treaty would kill it, of course. And participants are on strict orders from the President of the Conference ... to play make believe on this point. Wouldn’t want to see all that U.S. taxpayer money they’re banking on just fly away like so many other objects of desire at big Le Bourget events. > Read Christopher Horner's dispatch from Paris 


Daily Caller: Activists Try To Silence Global Warming ‘Skeptics’ At UN Summit

Environmentalists are trying to marginalize and intimidate skeptics attending the United Nations global warming summit in Paris.
Competitive Enterprise Institute senior fellow Chris Horner was strolling the streets of Paris around the U.N. conference when he saw a wanted poster 

> Interview an expert



COOL Ruling Puts U.S. in the Hot Seat


In a move intended to avoid harmful retaliatory tariffs from Canada and Mexico, five Democratic senators wrote to both majority and minority Senate leaders, asking them to repeal the Country of Origin Labeling (COOL) requirements for beef and pork. The leadership should heed their call, and the lead of the House of Representatives. > Read more

> Interview Frances B. Smith





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