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Do we need a health ministry?
Published on : Monday, August 02, 2010
According to Ghulam Nabi Azad, India will become the most populous country by 2030, as the rate of growth of population is 1.4 pecentage when compared to China's 0.6 percentage. He has certainly not read the horror stories in Paul Ehrlich's "the Population Bomb" or Ashish Bose's "Head Count". India was the first to implement family planning, but has it worked? Population is an asset rather than a liability, writes Bibek Debroy in The Indian Express.
Use Energy, Get Rich and Save the Planet
Published on : Monday, April 20, 2009
When the first Earth Day took place in 1970, American environmentalists had good reason to feel guilty. The nation’s affluence and advanced technology seemed so obviously bad for the planet. As their wealth grows, people consume more energy, but they move to more efficient and cleaner sources — from wood to coal and oil, and then to natural gas and nuclear power, progressively emitting less carbon per unit of energy. This global decarbonization trend has been proceeding at a remarkably steady rate since 1850, reports John Tierney in the New York Times
Julian Simon: The ultimate scholar
Published on : Wednesday, February 13, 2008
Julian Simon's legacy is profound. Simon's most important contribution was to crystallize and explain an insight that even the best economists before him only glimpsed -- namely, that human beings in free societies are "the ultimate resource." No economist has had a greater impact upon my own way of looking at the world than has Julian Simon. After 10 years, I still miss the wisdom and genuine kindness that flowed regularly from this remarkable man, writes Donald Boudreaux in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review


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