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Ben Lieberman: December 2009

Ben Lieberman: December 2009

Ben Lieberman, a specialist in energy and environmental issues, is a senior policy analyst at The Heritage Foundation's Roe Institute for Economic Policy Studies.

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Poor nations have better things to worry about

As a first-time observer at a UN climate change conference, one thing that stands out here in Copenhagen is just how many delegates come from nations that ought to have far higher priorities than dealing with global warming.

By Ben Lieberman | December 15, 2009; 08:57 AM ET | Comments (2)

The threat of bad regulations doesn't make a bad treaty any better

It says a lot that the only global warming policy with legs right now is the one least subject to public accountability.

By Ben Lieberman | December 9, 2009; 11:30 AM ET | Comments (8)

Reality check on China

It is time for a reality check on China before the American delegation puts its own proposal on the table in Denmark. The reality is that China's carbon dioxide emissions will continue heading sharply upward.

By Ben Lieberman | December 1, 2009; 02:00 PM ET | Comments (0)

 
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