New CEI Poll: Four in Ten Americans Unwilling to Spend $1 Annually on Higher Gas and Electricity Prices to Mitigate the Effects of Climate Change

WASHINGTON – The Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI) released a new poll today, gauging the public’s views on energy issues and climate change as Congress considers new climate regulations and mandates, on top of trillions of dollars in new federal spending. The poll, conducted by CRC Research, is an online survey of 1,200 registered voters nationwide September 23-27, 2021…

On the Inability of Wind and Solar Electric Generation to Power Modern Civilization

There is a societal push to replace fossil and nuclear fuel, which currently generate ~85% of the world’s electric power, with wind and solar powered generation of electricity. However, there are significant physical, economic, reliability, and environmental barriers to this replacement. This paper discusses them and concludes that for the foreseeable future, we are stuck with the more conventional sources if we want civilization for the masses to survive....

Biden administration to ‘revise’ regulations for solar, wind on public lands

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM), which is part of the Interior Department, announced that it's seeking input as it drafts proposed "updates" and plans to formally propose a new rule early next year....

Five Big Problems With President Biden’s Energy-Climate Plan

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Mediterranean old-growth forests exhibit resistance to climate warming

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