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Scared to Death-Toxic Debate of Chemicals Threatens Risk Based Regulations-American Enterprise Institute-March 11, 2011

Don’t Rush to Ban Chemicals-American Enterprise Institute-March 2, 2011

The Precautionary Principle: Protectionism and Environmental Extremism by Other Means-Greg Conko

The EPA's Latest Unscientific Power Grab Jeff

“BPA:DOA”, Jon Entine-American Enterprise Institute, October 27, 2010.

"What the Green Movement Got Wrong: Greens come to see the error of their ways”, Charles, November 8, 2010.

“Sustainable Development and Biodiversity: Productivity, Efficiency and Conservation”, Indur Goklany & Merritt Sprague, Cato Policy Analysis August 2, 1992

“The Cost of Environmental Protection”, Richard Morgenstern, William Pizer & Jhih-Shyang Shih, Resources for the Future, May 1998

“Precautionary Tale”, Ronald Bailey-Reason Magazine April 1999

“The Folly of Smart Growth”, Randal O’Toole, Cato Regulation Fall 2001

“Technology Change and the Environment”, Adam Jaffe, Richard Newell & Robert Stavins, Resources for the Future, November 2001

“The Economics of Sustainability: A Review of Journal Articles”, John Pezzey & Michael Toman, Resources for the Future, January 2002

“The Paralyzing Principle”, Cass Sunstein-Cato Regulation Winter 2002-2003

“Taking Environmentalist Seriously”, Jerry Taylor & Peter Van Dorn Cato Institute November 15, 2002

“The Perils of the Precautionary Principle: Lessons from the American and European Experience”, John Graham
Heartland Institute, January 15, 2004

“Environmentalism and Other Challenges of the Current Era”, Vaclav Klaus, Cato Economic Development Bulletin, April 20, 2007

“The Double Standard in Environmental Science”, Stanley Trimble, Cato Regulation Summer 2007

“Lessons for New Technologies”, Gary Marchant, Mercatus Center, June 2008

"Environmentalism as Religion", Paul Rubin-Wall Street Journal, April 22, 2010
"Can You Hear Me Now?  The Truth about Cell Phones and Cancer", Michael Shermer-Scientific American Magazine, October 2010