2.8.2022

Pennsylvania Power Plant Closures Would Cause Real Harm for Illusory Environmental Gains

By Gordon Tomb – February 8, 2022 Visible from Western Pennsylvania’s Allegheny Mountain ridges are coal-fired power plants—and their plumes of water vapor—that have been integral to much of the regional economy for 50 years. But maybe not for much longer. Three plants east of Pittsburgh directly employ 550 people and support an estimated 8,100 jobs, according… Continue Reading
2.2.2022

Corrupt Climate Science Poisons Eastern Grid Operator

By Gordon Tomb – February 2, 2022 Once upon a time the job of the PJM Interconnection — operator of the nation’s largest electricity grid — was reasonably straightforward: Keep the lights on. The organization’s mission statement still identifies PJM’s “primary task” as ensuring the power grid’s “safety, reliability and security.” However, today’s PJM is… Continue Reading
1.28.2022

Be Grateful for Global Warming

By Gregory Wrightstone – January 28,2022 Present-day warming has been termed a crisis, and modern economic development a cancer. But what if I told you that much of the recent advancement in human prosperity would have been impossible without the temperature increases of the last several hundred years? A key to the sustenance of any… Continue Reading
1.26.2022

Texas Remains in Peril

by Donn Dears – published January 25, 2022 It has been one year since the devastating blackouts in Texas, so it’s time to examine whether Texas is in danger of repeating the disaster. Winterization Winterization was one of the issues raised as a cause of the blackouts.  The adequacy of winterization plans for natural gas… Continue Reading
1.24.2022

Civilization needs courageous warriors, — not pitiful, helpless giants

by Wallace Manheimer – published January 24, 2022 During a perilous time for the nation, President Nixon warned against the possibility of the U.S. becoming a “pitiful, helpless giant.” More recently the Wall Street Journal borrowed Nixon’s phrase in criticizing the U.S. failure to rescue citizens during the disastrous exit from Afghanistan. A similarly pathetic… Continue Reading
1.17.2022

Global agency sows fear with misinformation

by Gregory Wrightstone and Kip Hansen A recent report by the World Meteorological Organization claims that there has been a dramatic increase in the number of natural disasters over the last 50 years. According to the WMO Atlas of Mortality and Economic Losses from Weather, Climate and Water Extremes (1970 – 2019), there were more… Continue Reading
1.2.2022

Colorado’s Marshall Fire: Has Funding Needs Corrupted Climate Science?

By Jim Steele – published January 2, 2022 I was totally shocked to hear the claims by a fire scientist I had once admired and often quoted in my blog posts about wildfire. In a National Public Radio interview Jennifer Balch said, “Climate change has lengthened the state’s fire season.” Then she said “”Climate change… Continue Reading
12.31.2021

School’s Promise Contradicts Gloomy Predictions for Fossil Fuels

by Gordon Tomb – December 30, 2021 TUNKHANNOCK, PA —Those declaring the decline of fossil fuels as a done deal should check in with Lackawanna College’s School of Petroleum and Natural Gas (PNG).  Students here are looking forward to life-long careers. “It baffles me,” says Wyoming County Commissioner Thomas Henry, commenting on the popular media’s… Continue Reading
12.30.2021

Forest fires caused by lightning and humans, not by “climate change”

by Patrick Moore, PhD – December 30, 2021 Among the silliest claims in the “climate emergency” narrative is that forest fires are getting more severe due to “climate change”. This has been bolstered by one of the most flagrant examples of data manipulation in the entire climate scam. Until quite recently the U.S. Forest Service… Continue Reading
12.29.2021

High Energy Costs the Christmas Gift of ‘Green’ Politicians

By Vijay Jayaraj – December 29, 2021 The coming cold of winter is being paired with “green-inspired” energy policies that have created higher energy prices and fuel shortages. Historically, winters have been big killers. But centuries of innovation made us more resilient to the cold as we fully utilized the naturally available fossil fuels to… Continue Reading
12.15.2021

Are Big Oil executives shrewd or just cowardly?

By Norman Rogers – December 6, 2021 The price of oil is inelastic.  A shortage causes the price to soar, and excess production creates ruinously low prices.  Naturally, the producers want to limit production when necessary to protect the price and their profitability.  Currently, Russia and Saudi Arabia are holding back some production to support the price.  Prior to… Continue Reading
12.12.2021

Joe Biden spins tornado misinformation

Gregory Wrightstone – December 12, 2021 President Joe Biden wasted no time in politicizing the recent tornado tragedy that claimed nearly 100 lives in Kentucky, Illinois, Arkansas, Tennessee, and Missouri. Speaking less than 24 hours after the devastation of communities and lives, Biden linked the storms to man-made climate change. “All I know is that… Continue Reading
12.11.2021

Energy dichotomy: Asian coal gains momentum as Biden undermines U.S. economy

By Vijay Jayaraj – December 11, 2021  It has been a tough time for the U.S. energy sector with gas prices soaring and heating bills expected to do the same. President Biden has blamed OPEC for not producing oil at a faster pace and appears to be pleading with countries to release more oil. However,… Continue Reading
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
11.28.2021

The Profound Junk Science of Climate

By Norman Rogers – November 27,2021   Climate change prophecy hangs its hat on computer climate models. The models have gigantic problems. According to Kevin Trenberth, once in charge of modeling at the National Center for Atmospheric Research, “[None of the] models correspond even remotely to the current observed climate [of the Earth].” The models can’t properly… 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
11.18.2021

COP26’s UK hosts peddle climate misinformation

By Vijay Jayaraj – CO2 Coalition Research Associate As hosts of the Glasgow COP26 climate conference, U.K. leaders were models for the meeting’s steady stream of misinformation and fearmongering that came from the likes of Barack Obama and Greta Thunberg. “The clock on the doomsday device is still ticking, but we’ve got a bomb disposal… Continue Reading
11.15.2021

The Great Pacific Garbage Patch Twice the Size of Texas is Fake

by Dr. Patrick Moore ” A huge, swirling pile of trash in the Pacific Ocean is growing faster than expected and is now three times the size of France. According to a three-year study published in Scientific Reports Friday, the mass known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch is about 1.6 million square kilometers in… Continue Reading
11.12.2021

False imagery and data hallmarks of COP26

By Vijay Jayaraj – November 12, 2021 Mainstream media is infamous for its exaggeration of everyday events. When it comes to the issue of climate change, it rarely misses an opportunity to promote fear. True to form, during the ongoing COP26 climate conference in Glasgow, media promoted incorrect information spewed by politicians and famous personalities.… Continue Reading
11.5.2021

Consecutive cold years reveal climate lies of COP26

By Vijay Jayaraj – November 5, 2021 As world leaders meet this week at Glasgow for COP26, real-life data such as cold weather and increasing sea ice hints at the falseness of their faux climate crises. Residents of Delhi, for instance, are bracing for another cold winter after the country’s meteorological department forecasted below-normal temperatures… 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
10.29.2021

Holocene CO2 Variability and Underlying Trends

Renee Hannon – October 29, 2021  Introduction This post compares CO2 data from Antarctic ice cores during the Holocene interglacial period with other publicly available CO2 datasets.  Antarctic CO2 is regarded as the gold standard for paleo-atmospheric global CO2 during past interglacial and glacial periods.  Antarctic CO2 data does capture the multi-millennial underlying trend; however,… Continue Reading
10.29.2021

Climate change fueled witch hunts… Then and now

Gregory Wrightstone European witch hunts of the 15th to 17th centuries targeted witches that were  thought to be responsible for epidemics and crop failures related to  declining temperatures of the Little Ice Age. A belief that evil humans  were negatively affecting the climate and weather patterns was the  “consensus” opinion of that time. How eerily… Continue Reading

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