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What is a Positive Paradigm of Sustainable Development?

Our mission is to promote and implement a positive global paradigm of sustainable development that affords future generations from all sovereign nations greater opportunities for a higher quality of life.  To achieve this positive paradigm we emphasize the importance of free trade, economic growth, free markets, the rule of law, strong tangible and intangible private property rights, scientific discovery, and technological innovation. We also emphasize the need to ensure governments' open and transparent establishment, maintenance and oversight of balanced, risk-based science, and economic cost-benefit analysis-driven national regulatory and standards schemes, and the quality and integrity of scientific & technical data/information that government entities rely upon, adopt as their own and disseminate to the public as a basis for agency actions, including rulemakings.

"Providing an informed, reasoned and dispassionate

voice to the global public debate..."

WTO Catalogued

WIPO Observer

Reporting

(7/10/14) National Association of Scholars
Integrity and Objectivity: The Shaken Pillars of Environmental Science
(6/30/14)EPA Daily News, InsideEPA, InsideUSTrade, InsideDefense - FOIA Request Aims to Revive Fight on Validity of EPA Climate Risk Finding
Op-Eds; White Papers

(7/23/14) Asia Law Portal - 

Freedom of Information, USEPA and a Shift in the Regulatory Paradigm

(7/7/14; 7/2/14; 7/1/14) WesternJournalism.com; Canada Free Press; Heartland Institute Blog; Townhall.com
Breaking EPA's Climate Science Secrecy Barrier (coauthored by Paul Driessen, CFACT)
(6/21/14) The Los Alamos Monitor Online - 
Council Candidate's Comments Lack Adequate Peer Review
(6/3/14) ITSSD - Why Should Congress Continue to Fund USGCRP and Federal Agency Climate Science-related Research Producing HISAs Not Peer Reviewed in Conformance With U.S. Law (IQA)? 
(5/30/14) Washington Times -
 Keeping Junk Science at Bay on Global Warming
(5/30/14) ITSSD - Regulatory Transparency and the Public Trust: Do EPA's GHG Endangerment Findings Comply With U.S. Law?