Don Boudreaux On The Copenhagen Consensus

Don Boudreaux has another must-read post with links on the Copenhagen Consensus process that Bjorn Lomborg is heading up. I particularly like his conclusion: The ultimate goal is to decentralize decision-making power as much as possible down to individuals. It’s at the individual level that cost-benefit calculations are most accurately made; it is at the … More Don Boudreaux On The Copenhagen ConsensusMore Don Boudreaux On The Copenhagen Consensus

Califorinia Energy: Letter From The Governor

Thanks to Ian Cook at Truck & Barter for his kind words about KP, and for linking to this San Jose Mercury News story (registration required) about Governor Schwarzenegger’s first policy statement regarding electricity regulation in California. His letter comes in the context of debating bills currently before the Assembly and/or Senate in California, which … More Califorinia Energy: Letter From The GovernorMore Califorinia Energy: Letter From The Governor

Wind Power In New England And Britain

Eamonn Butler has a post at the Adam Smith Institute blog on research into the economics of wind power. … More Wind Power In New England And Britain

Mark Steyn And The Thatcher Revolution

Here’s an interesting Mark Steyn column on the Thatcher revolution in Britain, and how it needs to be fiished. I particularly found this quote striking: The “working class” has itself been largely privatised, and thus dispersed – or, if you prefer, liberated. A very interesting read. Thanks to Greg Ransom at PrestoPundit for the link. … More Mark Steyn And The Thatcher RevolutionMore Mark Steyn And The Thatcher Revolution