On Climate Sensitivity

by Richard S. Lindzen, Ph.D. with review assistance from Roy W. Spencer, Ph.D. Editor’s Note This is a superb paper to kick off the CO2 Coalition’s Climate Issues in Depth Series. The topic lies at the heart of the public policy debate over climate and energy, and the author is one of America’s most distinguished 

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Methane and Climate

The CO2 Coalition is pleased to present a new paper in our Climate Issues in Depth series, titled Methane and Climate.   The paper was written by CO2 Coalition founder and board member Will Happer, a Princeton physics professor, and W. A. van Wijngaarden, of the Department of Physics and Astronomy at York University, Canada. Happer 

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Cows Can Rest Easy: Study for EPA Finds Fears About Methane Increase “Are Not Justified By the Facts”

Spectroscopy Paper by Former Trump Science Adviser is First to Challenge the “Methane Scare” Arlington, VA – The CO2 Coalition, a group of climate scientists, today released a study showing that the projected doubling of methane levels over the next 180 years would have a barely measurable effect on global temperature. The paper, Methane and 

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The Social Cost of Carbon and Carbon Taxes “Pick a number, any number”

From the Executive Summary Leaving aside its scientific and economic uncertainties, the government’s Social Cost of Carbon is so sensitive to input assumptions that small, quite reasonable variations can produce almost any price you wish. As a result it is not a suitable tool for guiding public policy, including taxes on energy.  The U.S. Government 

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What Rising CO2 Means for Global Food Security

Executive Summary Plant production has been boosted, the need for water and fertilizer has been brought down, and field experiments show that these effects are likely to increase in coming decades. Global food security is one of the most pressing problems facing the planet’s growing population. Continuing advances in agricultural technology and expertise will certainly 

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Climate Change and Health

The CO2 Coalition is pleased to present a new white paper, Climate Change and Health, which examines the link between a warmer climate, wealth and health.  The study analyzes the decline of diseases such as malaria, West Nile virus and Lyme disease; the steady rate of extreme weather events such as floods and cyclones; the 

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