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Are You Carbon Beta Rated?

Consumers and the aviation industry will take it on the chin while environmental groups and rent-seeking companies that form a classic Baptist and Bootleggers coalition stand to gain big time.

Ronald Bailey July 23 2008
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Cogeneration: Producing Heat and Light and Profits

What role will recycling energy play in the future of renewable energy?

Ronald Bailey Green Business , Technology January 21 2010

Environmentalist, Heal Thyself

HEALING THE PLANET: STRATEGIES FOR RESOLVING THE ENVIRONMENTAL CRISIS By Paul R. Erlich and Anne H. Erlich, Addison-Wesley, 366 pp., [...]

Ronald Bailey Green Business May 1 1992

For Whom The Bell Tolls

THE BELL CURVE: Intelligence and Class Structure in American Life By Richard J. Herrnstein and Charles Murray. The Free Press, [...]

Ronald Bailey March 1 1995

Forbes: Speaking Freely

A NEW BIRTH OF FREEDOM: VISION FOR AMERICA.BY STEVE FORBES. REGNERY PUBLISHING, $17.95, 204 PP.CAMPAIGN MANIFESTOS ARE USUALLY long on [...]

Ronald Bailey February 1 2000

Invasion of the Fearmongers

Professional SCAREMONGERS routinely use agenda science to BAMBOOZLE a GULLIBLE and scientifically CLUELESS public-and get companies and products PILLORIED in the media. MAYBE IT’S TIME TO FIGHT BACK.

Ronald Bailey December 1 2000

Killing the Electric Car Again

When U.S. gasoline prices soared to more than $4 per gallon in the summer of 2008, drivers and automakers ramped [...]

Ronald Bailey Technology April 14 2009
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Profiting From The Infinitesimal

Business are already in the nanotech revolution, but most don’t know it yet.

Ronald Bailey July 23 2007

Reexamining Reagan

Ronald Reagan: How An Ordinary Man Became an Extraordinary Leader. By Dinesh D’Souza. Free Press, $25, 292 pp.Ronald Reagan left [...]

Ronald Bailey March 1 1998

The High Cost of Kyoto

Champions of the Kyoto Protocol say curbing carbon emissions will ensure a safer, more prosperous future for all. But if developing countries don’t go along with it, Kyoto could put the bite on U.S. GDP

Ronald Bailey June 1 1998

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