Op-Eds

CPR Member Scholars and staff are frequent contributors to newspaper opinion pages across the nation. Read what they have to say, below.

In Making Disaster Plans, We Have to Imagine the Worst Case

In Making Disaster Plans, We Have to Imagine the Worst Case, by Rob Verchick

Type: Op-Eds (April 29, 2011)
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Author(s): Robert Verchick
Recovery in Japan: Will it be Heavy-handed or Hands-off?

Recovery in Japan: Will it be Heavy-handed or Hands-off?, by Rob Verchick

Type: Op-Eds (April 29, 2011)
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Author(s): Robert Verchick
Business as Usual in the Gulf

Business as Usual in the Gulf, by Rena Steinzor

Type: Op-Eds (April 21, 2011)
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Author(s): Rena Steinzor
The Law's Great Strength

The Law's Great Strength, by Holly Doremus

Type: Op-Eds (April 21, 2011)
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Author(s): Holly Doremus
U.S. House-approved EPA budget cuts threaten environmental devastation

U.S. House-approved EPA budget cuts threaten environmental devastation, by Joel Mintz

Type: Op-Eds (March 22, 2011)
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Author(s): Joel Mintz
Shutting the Door on Environmental Debate

Shutting the Door on Environmental Debate

Type: Op-Eds (March 5, 2011)
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Author(s): Robert Adler
Let Government Govern

Let Government Govern, op-ed by Joseph P. Tomain

Type: Op-Eds (March 4, 2011)
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Author(s): Joseph Tomain
When It REINS, It Pours

When It REINS, It Pours, op-ed by Noah Sachs

Type: Op-Eds (March 4, 2011)
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Author(s): Noah Sachs
Guard public; test chemicals before release

Guard public; test chemicals before release, by Carl Cranor

Type: Op-Eds (March 1, 2011)
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Author(s): Carl Cranor
'Reckless' chemical laws turn people into guinea pigs

Reckless' chemical laws turn people into guinea pigs, by Carl Cranor

Type: Op-Eds (March 1, 2011)
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Author(s): Carl Cranor

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