2006- 2007 Ethics Program Speaker Series
“Is Nature Ours? Ethics, Economics, and the Environment.”
Ronald Bailey - Selected Bibliography
(Picture downloaded fromhttp://www.reason.com/staff/show/133.html 2/16/07)
In continuation of the 2006- 2007 Ethics Program
Speaker Series, Ronald Bailey, an award-winning science correspondent
for Reason magazine, will on March 26 2007, discuss “The
Consequences of Misdiagnosing Environmental Problems: Overpopulation,
Resource Depletion, Chemical Contamination, Global Warming and Other Environmental
Problems.” His lecture will suggest that
man has failed to understand and acknowledge the nature, degree or causes
of potentially catastrophic environmental problems.
Ronald Bailey is a member of the Society of Environmental Journalists and the American Society for Bioethics and Humanities. He is also an adjunct scholar at the Competitive Enterprise Institute and the Cato Institute.
In conjunction with the event, we have compiled a bibliography consisting of books, book reviews, journal articles and databases by and about the speaker.
Bailey, Ronald. Earth report 2000 : revisiting the true state of the planet [electronic resource], New York : McGraw Hill, 2000. GE140 .E59 2000eb
Bailey, Ronald. Ecoscam, New York: St. Martin's Press, 1994. Available through Interlibrary Loan.
Bailey, Ronald. Global warming and other eco-myths: how the environmental movement uses false science to scare us to death, Roseville, Calif.: Forum, 2002. Available through Interlibrary Loan.
Bailey, Ronald. Liberation biology: the scientific and moral case for the biotech revolution, Amherst, N.Y.: Prometheus Books, 2005. Available through Interlibrary Loan.
Bailey, Ronald. The looming trade war over plant biotechnology, Washington, D.C.: Cato Institute, Center for Trade Policy Studies, 2002. Available through Interlibrary Loan.
Book Reviews and Popular Press Articles
Appendix C. Human Life Review, Fall2005, 31 (4)
Athanasiou, Tom. Green romantics. Nation, 5/1/1995, 260 (17)
Bailey, Ronald. Green earth. Reason, Los Angeles: Mar 2003 34 (10)
Bailey, Ronald. Green with ideology. Reason, Los Angeles: May 2002 34 (1)
Bailey, Ronald. Peak oil panic. Reason, Los Angeles: May 2006. 38 (1)
Bailey, Ronald. Preservation instincts. Reason, Los Angeles: Feb 2000. 31 (9)
Bailey, Ronald. Warmer or just poorer? The American Enterprise, Washington: Jan/Feb 1998 9 (1)
Bandow, Doug. Apocalypse never? Fortune, 5/3/93, 127 (9)
Boot, Max. Depleting the eco-arguments. Wall Street Journal - Eastern Edition, 5/25/95, 225 (102)
Clawson, Patrick. Environmental fevers and cold facts. Orbis, Summer96, 40 (3)
Codevilla, Angelo M. Big green. National Review, 4/12/1993, 45 (7)
Cooper, Richard. Eco-scam: the false prophets of ecological apocalypse. Foreign Affairs, Sep/Oct94, 73 (5)
Cooper, Richard N. The true state of the planet. Foreign Affairs, Nov/Dec95, 74 (6)
Dialogue on environmental Apocalypse. Futurist, May/Jun95, Vol. 29 (3)
Fumento, Michael. Good news, bad news. Reason, Jun2000, 32 (2)
Gillespie, Nick. Stop with the panic already. Reason, May2006, 38 (1)
Global warming and other eco-myths: how the environmental movement uses false science to scare us to death (Book). Future Survey, Sep2003, 25 (9)
Grace, Kevin Michael. Dr. Frankenstein was innocent. Alberta Report / Newsmagazine, 05/12/97, 24 (22)
Gross, Peter R. The true state of the planet. National Review, 8/14/1995, 47 (15)
Marien, Michael. Technology/biotech. Future Survey, Nov2005, 27 (11)
Ronald Bailey responds. Garbage, Fall94, 6 (3)
Smith, Wesley J. Cold utopia. National Review, 6/20/2005, 57 (11)
`The true state of the planet.' Wilson Quarterly, Winter96, 20 (1)
Who's afraid of human enhancement? (cover story). Reason, Jan2006, 37 (8)
Meet the Speaker - http://www.reason.com/staff/show/133.html
More about the Speaker - Competitive Enterprise Institute - http://www.cei.org/dyn/view_Expert.cfm?Expert=65