Lawrence Solomon: Hooray! There’s reason to celebrate that CO2 levels are still rising

The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of the CO2 Coalition. This week, France’s national observation service, its Climate and Environment Sciences Laboratory, announced a new milestone: Carbon dioxide concentrations of 400 parts per million (ppm) recorded at its research station on remote 

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Indur Goklany: The Great Carbon Dioxide Boom

The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of the CO2 Coalition.   On the eve of the UN climate summit in Paris, all delegates would be well advised to reflect on how the story of man-made global warming debate started. Svante Arrhenius, winner 

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The Great Climate Leap

Bruce Everett responds to a New York Times article,”Many Conservative Republicans Believe Climate Change is a Real Threat” at http://www.nytimes.com/2015/09/29/us/politics/survey-of-republican-voters-shows-a-majority-believe-in-climate-change.html The Great Climate Leap The New York Times is getting harder to read. The editorials were once concentrated on a single page, but they are increasingly scattered through the paper disguised as news stories. The most 

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A new low in the climate debate

It’s de rigueur on college campuses to pledge allegiance to the climate agenda, denouncing Luddites who impede progress on the climate policies that all right-thinking people support. Those of us who work in academia are used to this ritual, but every once in a while an academic decides to distinguish himself by making his denunciation 

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Obama’s Half-Baked Alaska

When President Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry visited Alaska this week, they pointed to the receding glaciers as evidence that humans are the cause of “dangerous,” even “catastrophic,” climate change. Messrs. Obama and Kerry have been seriously misinformed by their advisers, including chief science adviser John Holdren, who is a leading alarmist on 

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EIA Analysis Shows EPA’s Carbon Regulations All Economic Pain for No Climate Gain

By Stephen Eule The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) hasn’t been shy about touting the alleged economic and environmental benefits of its proposed Clean Power Plan. But a recent analysis just released by the Energy Information Administration (EIA), the statistical arm of the Department of Energy, tells a very different story. How else to explain EPA’s 

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