Op-Ed: EPA’s Weak Methodology on Methane Regulations
In Oil & Gas Journal, Dr. Pinar Cebi Wilber highlights EPA’s questionable methodology used to justify its proposed rule on methane emissions.
ICYMI: Ethanol No Longer Third Rail of Iowa Politics
New ACCF research confirms ethanol no longer the third rail of Iowa politics, see results and news coverage
New York Times: ACCF Paper on White House Climate Targets
“ACCF researcher George David Banks argues that the emissions reductions possible through the current proposals will fall well short of what is needed to achieve the targeted reduction in emissions: For the administration’s goals to be achieved, new national regulations may well be necessary.”
New Report: How Will DOL’s Fiduciary Rule Impact Retirement
A new report from Dr. Pinar Cebi Wilber examines Department of Labor’s proposed fiduciary rule and questions whether it will help or harm retirement planning.
For three decades the ACCF and its research affiliate, the ACCF Center for Policy Research, have brought the message to U.S. and international policymakers, the media, and the public that a nation’s strength and stability depend upon well-thought-out economic, regulatory, and environmental policies to promote capital formation, economic growth, and a higher standard of living for all.Read More
Energy & Climate Change Policy
ACCF is an internationally recognized economic authority on energy and environmental policy issues. Because energy use and economic growth go hand in hand, policymakers should develop a flexible, long-term approach to reducing the growth of greenhouse gases. This requires a global effort based on technological innovation and technology transfer to developing countries where greenhouse gas emissions growth is most rapid.Read More
In 1978, ACCF was instrumental in helping turn a looming hike on the capital gains tax into a dramatic tax cut. Today, nearly thirty-five years later, ACCF continues to provide expert research and a bipartisan effort to maintain low rates on capital gains taxes ensuring robust job growth for a recovering economy.Read More