Environment | Council For Citizens Against Government Waste


GAO Report Highlights the Benefits of Advanced Recycling of Plastics

A September 14, 2021 GAO report highlights the benefits and challenges to using advanced or chemical recycling of plastics.

September 20, 2021 — Deborah Collier 1632149940

Cotton is Rotten for the Environment

Plastic shopping bags have over the past several years have become an unnecessary pariah.

September 2, 2021 — Elizabeth Wright 1630621409

CAGW Names Sen. Ed Markey August 2021 Porker of the Month

Ed Markey is the for proposing a taxpayer-funded Civilian Climate Corps that would hire millions of people and cost billions of dollars.

Climate Change is Not New or the End of the World

Steve Koonin's WSJ OpEd “Climate Change Brings a Flood of Hyperpole" sends a sober message about the Green New Deal

August 19, 2021 — Elizabeth Wright 1629385050

CCAGW Joins Coalition Opposing Superfund Tax

The Superfund tax would harm consumers and job creators in the middle of an economic recovery. 

Spending Trillions More Is Ahead for Taxpayers

Taxpayers need to buckle up and hang on because even more trillion-dollar spending is ahead.

April 15, 2021 — Elizabeth Wright 1618519001

Irresponsible Spending and the Texas Energy Crisis

Irresponsible spending and subsidies for energy companies led to disaster for Texas during the winter storm. 

March 2, 2021 — Frances Floresca 1614711351

CCAGW Weighs in on the Colorado Wilderness Act of 2021 (H.R. 803)

Highlights several amendments to H.R. 803, the Colorado Wilderness Act of 2021 that should be supported.

Back to the Future on Green Energy

The President's Executive Order to tackle climate change is the most expensive, expansive, and elaborate ever implemented.

January 29, 2021 — Elizabeth Wright 1611964948

Killing the XL Pipeline is Not the Way to Build Back Better

President Biden’s campaign promise was to “Build Back Better.”  But one of his first actions was to lay off thousands of Keystone XL Pipeline workers, stopping future expansion that would have created 60,000 direct and indirect jobs.

January 22, 2021 — Elizabeth Wright 1611357585

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