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26 Jan, 2011
Natural Gas: Need For Price Rationalization

January 26, 2011 

By Ali Salman
The multi-pronged strategy of the government to make up for the gas deficit does not consider price rationalization in its policy mix. In presence of wrong price structure, supply side measures like exploration and conservation are likely to meet with failure. 

01 Sep, 2010
Media Release: "Green" Subsidies Are Costly for Taxpayers and the Environment - New Study

Lahore September 01, 2010: A study “Seven Myths About Green Jobs,” published in association with more than two dozens think tanks from all over the world, including the Alternate Solutions Institute from Pakistan, concludes that Green Jobs are not that Green as is being claimed by the Green politicians and advocates. The study reveals the hidden costs of so-called “green investments,” bringing a key policy of various governments into question. The study shows that subsidizing “green jobs” wastes resources and reduces growth without necessarily protecting the environment.

14 Jun, 2010
Book Review - Climatism! Science, Common Sense, And The 21st Centurys Hottest Topic

This is 2017, April 21. Breaking news is flashing on the screens of news channels all over the world: 

“A whole tribe living deep into the woods in Bangladesh arrested by International Climate Police on the charges of using fossil fuels ” 

27 Apr, 2010
Green Protectionism Vs. Growth

April 28, 2010

"I think everyone today considers the question of an adaptation mechanism at Europe's borders to be an unavoidable and essential matter," French President Nicolas Sarkozy said in March, using the European Union euphemism for Green tariffs.

These ideas threaten international trade, growth and recovery.

27 Apr, 2010
Privatizing Climate Policy

April 28, 2010

Tort litigation on the basis of strict liability would protect the right to a climate free from human intervention if the climate does need protecting, and, in case it does not, would save economic activity across the world from the imposition of unnecessary costs. By providing a public arena for the competitive testing of scientific hypotheses concerning climate change, litigation would also promote the advancement of climate science. 

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