12.3.2021

Why We Must “Quit Worrying About Uncertainty in Sea Level Projections”

Opinion by Kip Hansen – 2 December 2021 Member – The CO2 Coalition Jeremy Bassis, an Associate Professor in the Department of Climate and Space Sciences, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, recently published an Opinion piece in EOS ,  a science news magazine published by AGU (American Geophysical Union),  titled “Quit Worrying About Uncertainty in… Continue Reading
12.2.2021

Today’s Galileos challenge climate orthodoxy — and other nonsense

By Gordon Tomb – CO2 Coalition Senior Advisor Is the modern scientific establishment like the 17th-century elite who conspired against Galileo for his heliocentric “apostasy” — both being motivated by a desire to retain power and privilege rather than by a search for truth? That’s what best-selling author Eric Metaxas suggests in his recent book,… Continue Reading
11.23.2021

Test Your Climate Knowledge

The 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference, more commonly referred to as COP26, has just concluded in Glasgow, Scotland. Nations agreed on a climate pact which states that carbon emissions will have to fall by 45% by 2030 to keep alive the 1.5C goal. This includes a phasing down of coal power, trading carbon credits… Continue Reading
11.22.2021

In Their Pursuit of Climate Nirvana, Politicians Ignore the Consumer

By: Gordon Tomb – CO2 Coalition Senior Advisor Amid the clamor over saving the planet from global warming and punishing companies for the “crime” of producing fossil fuels, who is looking after the consumer? Pondering that question feels like playing “Where’s Waldo?” Take North Carolina as an example: When the administration of Gov. Roy Cooper… Continue Reading
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10.31.2021

“97% Consensus” — What Consensus?

By: Gregory Wrightstone – Executive Director CO2 Coalition You have likely heard that 97% of scientists agree on human-driven climate change. You may also have heard that those who don’t buy into the climate-apocalypse mantra are science-deniers. The truth is that a whole lot more than 3% of scientists are skeptical of the party line… Continue Reading

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