Cracks in the façade of the mighty environmental industry machine, originating from a critical place – the inside

By Terry Etam Being involved in the energy industry, in particular Canada’s petroleum industry, I’ve become accustomed to feeling as though I’ve been in a car crash, and instead of paramedics showing up the only visitors are climate activists who find wounds and pour salt in them. The industry is under siege, no matter how 

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Despite What Democrats Said at Their Debate, We’re Not Heading Toward Climate Apocalypse

By Ronald Bailey Unless the United States solves the problem of man-made climate change in the next 12 years—or maybe 10 years—it’s game-over for humanity. At least that’s what viewers for the two CNN Democratic presidential debates might take away from urgent declarations made by various candidates. Let’s go the transcripts. In the first debate, 

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Does CO2 Control the Earth’s Temperature?

By Neil Frank, Ph.D. In a recent article in the Houston Chronicle, four former senior EPA officials agreed green-house gases (particularly CO2) needed to be cut to save the earth from climate change. I have one question for this group. What if CO2 is not a controlling factor in the earth’s temperature? There are several 

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Why setting a climate deadline is dangerous

By Shinichiro Asayama, Rob Bellamy, Oliver Geden, Warren Pearce and Mike Hulme The publication of the IPCC Special Report on global warming of 1.5 oC paved the way for the rise of the political rhetoric of setting a fixed deadline for decisive actions on climate change. However, the dangers of such deadline rhetoric suggest the 

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Sustainability and Global Warming Give Birth to Renewable Energy

By Norman Rogers The 1987 Brundtland Report from the United Nations defined sustainability: “Sustainable development is development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.” The Brundtland report implicitly imagined that all the world’s countries under the leadership of a pan-national elite would implement 

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Gordon Fulks: The Great Climate Swindle

On July 11, 2019, Coalition Director Dr. Gordon Fulks delivered a talk The Great Climate Swindle at a meeting of the Central Oregon Federated Republican Women in Bend, Oregon.  His slides are available for download below. Download Gordon Fulks – The Great Climate Swindle

Global Energy Demand Can Only Increase

By Jude Clemente Urbanization There’s an unimaginable urbanization boom occurring around the world that means more energy use. We, of course, don’t see much of it here in the West, but global cities swell in population by some 80 million people every year: e.g., the rise of the “megacity” with 10 million residents. Basically all 

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How the Media Corrupted Climate Policy

By Holman W. Jenkins, Jr. It’s hard to credit people who say they care about climate change when they don’t bother to know anything about the subject. Or when they applaud proposals that would be extraordinarily expensive yet have no effect on the alleged problem and can only teach the public to become cynical about 

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