CEI Today: UN climate conference, freedom of association, business fighting regulation, and more

Wednesday, September 9, 2015
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UN CLIMATE CONFERENCE - MYRON EBELL

 

Ten Major Energy Companies Support Paris Accord, But 18 Don’t
 
The ten top energy companies that support a strong Paris Accord to reduce greenhouse gas emissions are: Anglo American, BG Group, BHP Billiton, Eni SpA, Gazprom, Repsol, Royal Dutch Shell, Sasol, Statoil, and Total. None of these is an American company. > Read more

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UN Climate Negotiators Make Slow Progress in BonnPresident Obama Uses Alaska as a Backdrop for Climate Agenda

> Interview Myron Ebell

 

FREEDOM OF ASSOCIATION - HANS BADER

Cato, CEI File Amicus Brief to Protect Donor Confidentiality and Freedom of Association

 

The Cato Institute and CEI recently filed an amicus brief with the Supreme Court, urging it to stop California Attorney General Kamala Harris from making intrusive demands for the donor lists of non-profit groups. > Read more 


> Interview Hans Bader

 

BUSINESS FIGHTING GOV'T - FRED L. SMITH, JR.


A New History Of American Business

 

Business resistance to regulatory overreach is possible. But the history of such resistance is thin. > Read more

> Interview Fred Smith


 




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