Sterling Burnett

H. Sterling Burnett is a senior fellow with the National Center for Policy Analysis, a nonpartisan, nonprofit research and education institute in Dallas, Texas. While he works ...

H. Sterling Burnett is a senior fellow with the National Center for Policy Analysis, a nonpartisan, nonprofit research and education institute in Dallas, Texas. While he works on a number of issues, he specializes in issues involving environmental and energy policy. He also serves as an adviser to the American Legislative Exchange Council Energy, Environment, Natural Resources and Agriculture Task Force (1996 - Present); a senior fellow with the Texas Public Policy Foundation (2005 - Present); and a contributing editor to Environment & Climate News (2005 – Present).
Dr. Burnett has been published in Ethics, Environmental Ethics, Environmental Values, The Review of Metaphysics, International Studies in Philosophy, The World and I, USA Today and the Washington Post.
Dr. Burnett received a Ph.D. in Applied Philosophy from Bowling Green State University in 2001

Bryce’s Must-Read Book on Energy

Robert Bryce is an energy realist. So reading him is refreshing. First, because most people when discussing matters of energy are either ill- or misinformed, naive, liars, or have a ...

Scanning the Energy-Policy Horizon

I was asked yesterday, “What’s the most constructive response to the oil spill off the coast of Louisiana? Is the Obama administration doing the right thing? Any advice or cautions?” In ...

Scattershooting

I have long been critical of the progressive-era ideal of the scientific (and therefore, supposedly non-biased, non-political) management of the economy in general, and of natural resources in particular. The ...

Warming, What Warming?

Reality continues to puncture the manmade global warming balloon, as noted by Lorne Gunter in Canada’s National Post (which Ed excerpted earlier today). Gunter points out that barely a week goes by ...

Back to School — But Is It Green?

It’s that time of year again. Parents are getting the school supplies ready and arranging schedules so that their kids can start of the academic year off right. It’s also that time ...