Public being misled about temperature
Homogenization isn’t just for developed countries anymore.
Pope takes on climate change
At the close of December 2014, the press was abuzz with news the pope plans to issue an encyclical to the world’s Catholic bishops concerning climate change.
Pope’s mistaken moral calculus on global warming
Pope Francis evidently has decided to make fighting global warming an important papal cause in 2015.
Using coal, oil, and gas, the moral choice
Assuming human welfare is one’s primary moral standard.
2014 won’t be warmest year
This article originally appeared on heartland.org. Contrary to projections made by environmental journalist Seth Borenstein in a widely reprinted article, 2014 will not be the hottest year on record. Based on average surface temperature data for January–September 2014, Borenstein said | Read More »
Activists push to censor Texas textbooks
The controversy is not over what is actually in the books, but instead over scientific facts environmental lobbyists want the publishers to keep out of them.
Nothing better to do: Obama Defense Department to fight global warming
If we are to take the administration’s claims concerning the immediacy of and danger from global warming seriously, shouldn’t DOD undertake only CO2-neutral wars and humanitarian missions?
NOAA says global warming not linked to extreme weather
There’s no identifiable connection between extreme weather and rising greenhouse gas emissions.
No global warming for 18 years
This article originally appeared on heartland.org. Climate Change Weekly #141 According to Professor John Christy, director of the Earth System Science Center at the University of Alabama/Huntsville, October 1 marked the 18th anniversary of no warming as measured by Earth’s | Read More »
President Obama plotting end run around Senate to get climate deal
Not gaining U.S. Senate approval for a treaty as required by the Constitution.
EPA blames Texas for Illinois air pollution
This article originally appeared on heartland.org. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is blaming power plants in Texas for Illinois air pollution and is using the accusation to justify restrictions on Texas power plants. EPA claims its cross-state pollution rule, intended | Read More »