For each of the following information sources, indicate whether or not they should be considered an unbiased source of information based on these aspects of each organization: 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.