Marlo Lewis

Marlo Lewis is a senior fellow in environmental policy at the Competitive Enterprise Institute, where he researches and writes on global warming, energy policy, and regulatory process reform. He has published in National Review, The Washington Times, Investors Business Daily, The American Spectator, TCSDaily, Energy, Pollution Liability Report, and The Hill. He has appeared on various TV and radio programs including The Oprah Winfrey Show, C-SPAN, CNBC Capital Report, CBC-News Marketplace, and BBC TV.  In his activist persona, he has played key roles in policy battles including the debates on "credit for early action," "multi-pollutant strategies," EPA's legal authority with respect to carbon dioxide, and various Kyoto-Lite legislative proposals such as the McCain-Lieberman Climate Stewardship Act. Marlo is author of a forthcoming book, A Skeptic's Guide to An Inconvenient Truth.  He holds a Ph.D. in Government from Harvard University and a B.A. in Political Science from Claremont McKenna College.

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The Climate’s Alright

“Progressive” politicians, pundits, and organizations continue to wage political warfare on affordable energy, and their team still controls the Senate and the EPA. Their worldview, however, is crumbling. Think back to ...
Politics & Policy

The EPA vs. State Economies

On Friday, the Environmental Protection Agency rejected petitions from the governors of Georgia, Texas, Arkansas, Delaware, Maryland, New Mexico, and North Carolina to suspend the biofuel-blending requirements established by the ...
Politics & Policy

An EPA Power Grab

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) claim that the Obama administration’s model year (MY) 2017 and later fuel-economy standards — which rise to ...

Green Spin on the Financial Crisis

Common sense tells us that shocking the economy with massive, new, costly restrictions on energy supply would be crazy during the current financial crisis. With the Dow plummeting, banks failing, ...

Hope for One Slice of Green Pork

The Senate bailout bill contains a surprising 100-page section authorizing billions in tax credits for small wind turbines, geothermal heat pumps, coal gasification, carbon sequestration, plug-in hybrid vehicles, biofuels, etc.Why ...

No Tax Breaks: No Renewables

Today’s Greenwire (subscription required) reports that Congress is expected to adjourn without passing an extension of some $15 billion in tax credits for wind, solar, geothermal, and other renewable energy ...