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Asbestos Racket, The
by Michael Bennett
An investigation of the irrationality and misrepresentations of the asbestos hysteria, backed by comprehensive facts and figures.
Free Enterprise Pr Paperback, 1991
Eco-Imperialism: Green Power; Black Death
by Paul Driessen
A hard-hitting rundown on the underlying ideology that drives environmental movement.
Merril Press Paperback, 2003
Ecological Sanity
by George Claus & Karen Bolander
A meticulous examination of just how solid the scientific foundations really are for the environmentalist campaigns that have been waged against pesticides, fertilizers, and other substances, and policy decision that have been based on them.
D. McKay Co. Paperback, 1977
Facts, Not Fear: A Parent's Guide to Teaching Children About the Environment
by Michael Sanera and Jane Shaw
Facts, Not Fear is the first guidebook to help parents counter the irresponsible claims of environmental extremists -- and to give their children a more balanced view of the many environmental issues they encounter.
Fraser Institute Paperback, 1996
Global Warming and Other Eco Myths
by Ronald Bailey (Ed.)
How the Environmental Movement Uses False Science to Scare Us to Death
Prima Publishing Paperback, 2002
Green Hell
by Steven Milloy
How Environmentalists Plan to Ruin Your Life and What You Can Do to Stop Them
Regnery Publishing, Inc. Hardback, 2009
Holes in the Ozone Scare: Scientific Evidence that the Sky Isn't Falling, The
by Rogelio A. Maduro and Ralf Schauerhammer
The ozone-depletion hysteria of the 1980s and early 1990s might be outside the recollections of some, and to others have become just history. But scaring the public is now, if anything, bigger business than ever.
21st Century Science Associates Paperback, 1992
Population Matters
by Julian Simon
Growing human populations create more wealth and jobs than they consume, and result in resources becoming more abundant, not scarcer.
Transaction Publishers Paperback, 1990
Rational Readings on Environmental Concerns
by Jay H. Lehr
A compilation of papers by nearly 50 leading scientific and political writers on the whole gamut of environmental issues, separating the facts from the fallacies and offering cool-headed appraisals of the realities instead of emotional outrage or agenda-c
Wiley Paperback, 1992
Resourceful Earth, The
by Julian L. Simon & Herman Kahn
This study, now twenty years old, shows that the bulk of the problems of energy and pollution perceived today are primarily the result of self-fulfilling political foolishness, not of any reality imposed by nature.
Blackwell Pub Paperback, 1984
Scared to Death
by Christopher Booker & Richard North
The Anatomy of a Very Dangerous Phenomenon
Continuum International Hardback, 2008
Skeptical Environmentalist: Measuring the Real State of the World, The
by Bjorn Lomborg
A Danish statistician and former environmentalist true-believer discovers that just about all of the doomsday pictures that "everyone knows" are wildly exaggerated or just plain wrong.
Cambridge University Press Paperback, 2001
True State of the Planet, The
by Ronald Bailey
A compilation of studies by ten leading environment researchers that reveal many of the widely disseminated fallacies that are uncritically accepted as proven fact.
McGraw-Hill Paperback, 1995
Ultimate Resource, The
by Julian L. Simon
Resources are becoming cheaper and more abundant, not scarcer, and over the longer term the environment and the human condition grow steadily better, not worse.
Princeton University Press Paperback, 1981
Useless Arithmetic
by Orrin H. Pilkey & Linda Pilkey-Jarvis
How blind faith in mathematical models leads to Garbage In, Gospel Out
Columbia University Press Hardback, 2007
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