- First, “who they are” (there should be a “Who are we?” or “Who we are” or “About Us” link somewhere), and
- second, take a look at the overall perspective/slant/opinion of the articles on their website.
- Don’t forget to indicate whether they are biased or unbiased, or some point in-between!
Feel free to google ” bias,” or other search terms to help support your assertion.
3 points each. Each explanation should be no more than a few sentences.
- SEIA (www.seia.org (Links to an external site.))
- The Institute for Energy Research (http://instituteforenergyresearch.org/ (Links to an external site.))
- The World Energy Council (https://www.worldenergy.org/ (Links to an external site.))
- The American Petroleum Institute (http://www.api.org/ (Links to an external site.))
- The CATO Institute (www.cato.org (Links to an external site.))
Please note that even biased organizations can have useful information, and also that the fact that an organization is a non-profit (a “.org”) does not mean anything regarding bias.