A Crack in the Ice of Climate Censorship: The Chronicle of Philanthropy just published a rare critique of climate alarmism

The Chronicle of Philanthropy has published an exchange on climate science and energy economics between the heads of the William and Flora Hewlett and the William E. Simon Foundations. In the January 2020 issue Hewlett Foundation president Larry Kramer had called on other foundations to join him in focusing their funding ending CO2 emissions, because 

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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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Does the World Need Climate Insurance? The Best Scientific and Economic Evidence Says NO

Preface This white paper summarizes the views of the CO2 Coalition, a new and independent non-profit organization that seeks to engage thought leaders, policy makers, and the public in an informed, dispassionate discussion of how our planet will be affected by carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. In our two previous white papers, Carbon Dioxide Benefits the 

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A Primer on Carbon Dioxide and Climate

The public requires an informed, dispassionate discussion of how our planet will be affected by CO2 released from the combustion of fossil fuel and other sources. In a white paper, entitled Carbon Dioxide Benefits the World; See for Yourself the CO2 Coalition, a new and independent non-profit organization summarized the scientific case that additional CO2 

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Carbon Dioxide Benefits the World: See for Yourself

This white paper summarizes the views of the CO2 Coalition, a new and independent, non-profit organization that seeks to engage thought leaders, policy makers, and the public in an informed, dispassionate discussion of how our planet will be affected by CO2 released from the combustion of fossil fuel.  Available scientific facts have persuaded Coalition members 

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