Video and Media
Published on December 18, 2020
Executive Director of the CO2 Coalition, Gregory Wrightstone, joins host Gary Lane on the Global Lane to discuss Joe Biden’s energy policies which will bring massive costs to the American people.
Published on November 5, 2020
The claim that ‘97% of scientists agree’ is often treated as the trump card in the climate debate, but is it true? This video takes on the myth of the ‘97% consensus’ by telling the history and lies that have been used to further this narrative by activists and politicians.
Published on September 9, 2020
On Monday, August 24th, Dr. Caleb Rossiter, Executive Director of the CO2 Coalition, testified on the drawbacks of implementation and participation of Pennsylvania in the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI)
Ben Shapiro, editor-in-chief of The Daily Wire, interviewed Dr. Caleb Rossiter, Executive Director of the CO2 Coalition in a wide-ranging discussion on climate change and energy.
The CO2 Coalition was established for the purpose of educating thought leaders, policy makers, and the public about the important contribution made by CO2. This video outlines the benefits of CO2 in our world and the important role it plays in increasing food production, reducing poverty, securing reliable energy, and creating prosperity
Is climate change actually causing a crisis, as many are saying? In the global warming debate, what is the actual “settled science” that most scientists agree on, and what exactly is being contested? And how will climate change factor into 2020? This is American Thought Leaders, and I’m Jan Jekielek. Today we sit down with Myron Ebell, the Director of Global Warming and International Environmental Policy at the Competitive Enterprise Institute, a non-profit think tank that promotes limited government, free enterprise, and individual libert
Dr. Craig Idso, agronomist and climatologist, discusses the newest White Paper by the CO2 Coalition at a briefing held at the Capitol Visitor Center in Washington D.C. on climate and food production. Food security is one of the most pressing problems facing us today. Advances in farm technology and know-how will continue to increase production, but it will still be a challenge to feed the world’s growing population.
As you may have noticed from the announcement that appeared for the past week or so on my sidebar, the Soho Forum held a debate Monday night on the issue of Global Warming. The official resolution for the debate was Resolved: There is little or no rigorous evidence that rising concentrations of carbon dioxide are causing dangerous global warming and threatening life on the planet. The debaters were Craig Idso for the affirmative, and Jeffrey Bennett for the negative.
Published on April 30, 2019
The Subcommittee on the Environment of the House Committee on Oversight and Reform held a hearing on climate change and public health. Dr. Caleb Rossiter, Executive Director of the CO2 Coalition, was one of five witnesses offering testimony before the Subcommittee.
Dr. Caleb Rossiter, executive director of CO2 Coalition, appears on TheHillTV’s Rising where he discusses global food security as one of the most pressing problems facing the population. Dr. Rossiter continues the discussion by stating that CO2 added to the environment has “greened” the planet. He also says that CO2 will be the difference between food insecurity and food security.
Published on March 6, 2019
CO2 Coalition Executive Director Caleb Rossiter, Ph.D., discussed climate change and the Green New Deal on Fox News.
Published on October 20, 2016
The video above displays CO2 Coalition’s 30 second ad entitled, “Bear and Sunflower.”
Published on October 20, 2016
CO2 Coalition 30 second ad “What If”
MIT Professor Emeritus of Meteorology Richard Lindzen talks about the inextricably intertwined link between the body politic and climate scientists with respect to promoting the climate alarmist narrative, arguing “I don’t think any field survives this degree of corruption without losing if nothing else its self-respect.”
Professor of Economics and Research Chair in Energy, Ecology and Prosperity at the Frontier Centre for Public Policy Dr. Ross McKitrick discusses the wide disparities between the expected results of climate models and real-life observations, during an in-depth interview for The New Criterion by Ben Weingarten
Professor of Economics and Research Chair in Energy, Ecology and Prosperity at the Frontier Centre for Public Policy Dr. Ross McKitrick discusses the importance of unproven climate models in justifying environmental policy commitments, during an in-depth interview for The New Criterion by Ben Weingarten
Professor of Economics and Research Chair in Energy, Ecology and Prosperity at the Frontier Centre for Public Policy Dr. Ross McKitrick explains why climate change alarmists continue to cling to their narrative in spite of major flaws in their data, during an in-depth interview for The New Criterion
Mark Steyn, international bestselling author, political pundit and hardened climate change dissenter elucidates the stakes of his free speech case against Dr. Michael E. Mann, and argues “If matters of public policy can be dragged into court rooms and decided by juries, then there is no First Amendment”
Mark Steyn, international bestselling author, political pundit and hardened climate change dissenter argues that climate change alarmists in academia are akin to racketeers, not the ‘Big Oil’ companies accused of such activities by Senators like Sheldon Whitehouse, during an in-depth interview
Mark Steyn, international bestselling author, political pundit and hardened climate change dissenter explains what the de-development climate change crowd seeks, and the battle between the two competing views for primitivism: climate supremacists and Islamic supremacists
Mark Steyn, international bestselling author, political pundit and hardened climate change dissenter argues that we should celebrate the warming of the last two centuries as creating the conditions for widespread freedom and opportunity, during an in-depth interview for The New Criterion