Netherlands to close up to 3,000 farms to comply with EU rules

From The Telegraph‘s James Crisp: Government tries to cut down on nitrogen pollution in a move set to reignite tensions with farmers who say the industry is unfairly targeted The Dutch government plans to buy and close down up to 3,000 farms near environmentally sensitive areas to comply with EU nature preservation rules. The Netherlands… Continue Reading

Science Shows Why Cows Don’t Cause Global Warming

A rancher waited patiently at the recent Schachter Energy Conference in Calgary, Canada, while I spoke to a businesswoman about why methane was not the dangerous greenhouse gas that Canada’s government says it is. She wasn’t buying my argument and left without buying my book. Having overheard my unsuccessful pitch, the rancher suggested that I… Continue Reading

Dr. Steve Koonin: Three Debates–Three Wins

Dr. Steve Koonin debated three climate alarmists over a span of three days. Three opponents, three wins. From The Steamboat Institute’s Fall Series Campus Liberty Tour 2022 Debating the resolution: “Climate science compels us to make large and rapid reductions in greenhouse gas emissions.” With energy prices skyrocketing, the energy grid becoming more unstable, and… Continue Reading

A Quarter of Americans at Risk of Winter Power Blackouts, Grid Emergencies

From Bloomberg’s Naureen S Malik: Grids from New England to Texas could see supply shortages Natural gas, coal and fuel oil supplies are all strained Large swaths of North America may face blackouts and other energy emergencies during bouts of extreme cold this winter as coal and natural gas supplies tighten, according to a US… Continue Reading

AP source: Biden to float windfall tax on energy producers

President Joe Biden plans to raise the possibility of imposing a ‘windfall tax’ on oil companies if they don’t boost domestic production From Associated Press‘ ZEKE MILLER and SEUNG MIN KIM: WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden on Monday will raise the possibility of imposing a ‘windfall tax’ on energy companies if they don’t boost domestic production, as his… Continue Reading

Newsletter 10-31-2022

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Renewable energy is a failed path, scientist tells Utah legislators

From Salt Lake Tribune‘s Tim Fitzpatrick: Professor says true costs of wind and solar rule those alternatives out. No other views were presented. A Utah legislative committee this week gave 45 minutes to a scientist who argued that policy makers across the globe are committing a grave mistake by turning to renewable energy. William Hayden… Continue Reading

The Great Recycling Fraud

From The Daily Skirmish’ Chris Wright: NPR accidentally told the truth, yesterday, and it’s a doozy: The vast majority of plastic that people put into recycling bins is headed to landfills, or worse….  the amount of plastic actually turned into new things has fallen to new lows of around 5%…..  Waste management experts say the… Continue Reading

Metcalfe to Convene Final Hearing Featuring All-Star Experts on Fossil Fuels

News Advisory Office of State Rep. Daryl Metcalfe RepMetcalfe.com / Facebook.com/RepMetcalfe  October 21, 2022 WHAT:   House Environmental Resources and Energy (ERE) Committee Majority Chairman Daryl Metcalfe (R-Butler) will convene his final public hearing to receive expert testimony on Fossil Fuels: Driving America’s Economy and Quality of Life. WHO:  The hearing will feature presentations from Kevin Dayaratna, Ph.D.,… Continue Reading

CO2 Coalition Newsletter: October 12, 2022

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Flooded Tesla EVs From Hurricane Ian Exploding All Over Florida

From Motor Biscuit’s Thom Taylor: In the aftermath of the devastating Hurricane Ian in Florida, things are going from bad to worse. The destruction is massive, and also ongoing. That’s because even though the hurricane occurred over a week ago, its after-effects are mounting. These include the instances of Tesla EVs exploding into flames around the state.… Continue Reading

OPEC’s Production Cuts Embarrass Biden, Anger PA Energy Producers

From Delaware Valley Journal’s Chris Woodward: President Joe Biden went to Saudi Arabia earlier this year to bump fists and ask the oil-rich nation to increase oil output, essentially outsourcing oil production from U.S. oilfields to the Middle East in an effort to bring gas prices down. On Wednesday, Biden got his answer. The OPEC+… Continue Reading

The Globalist Climate Agenda is a Crime Against Humanity

“As for floating ice in the Arctic, which does not raise sea level when it melts, but does offer a cooling, reflective surface at the top of the world, inexplicably it is at a decade high. Vijay Jayaraj, writing for Principia Scientific, citing findings from both the Japanese Institute of Polar Research and the Danish Meteorological… Continue Reading

CO2 Coalition Newsletter: October 5, 2022

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Bangladesh plunged into darkness by national grid failure

From Reuters’ Ruma Paul and Sudarshan Varadhan: DHAKA, Oct 4 (Reuters) – Large swathes of Bangladesh were left without electricity on Tuesday after a grid failure, a government official said, adding that authorities were working to gradually restore power supply in the country of 168 million people. The country’s power grid malfunctioned at around 2… Continue Reading

Top Climate Scientist Slams “Goebellian” Climate Alarm and “Ridiculous” Attempts to Demonise “Fertiliser” Carbon Dioxide

from Daily Sceptic‘s Chris Morrison: Warming by carbon dioxide is logarithmic due to ‘saturation’ within the infrared spectrum, and any future doubling of the gas in the atmosphere will be associated with the same warming of around 1°C. This result is not considered controversial, argues atmospheric scientist and Emeritus Professor Richard Lindzen of MIT –… Continue Reading

Shocked by gas bills, thrifty Dutch stockpile coal, wood for winter

“Environmental and health concerns are falling by the wayside as people grapple with soaring energy bills.” From Reuters’ Stephanie van den Berg: VEENENDAAL, Netherlands, Sept 30 (Reuters) – The budget-conscious Dutch, who enjoyed abundant cheap gas for half a century to heat their homes, are turning to more traditional heating methods as cold weather reaches… Continue Reading

Open Position! CO2 Coalition Development & Operations Associate

CO2 Coalition Development & Operations Associate Development and Operations Associate 9-30-2022 Description: The CO2 Coalition is looking for a highly organized and detail-oriented Development & Operations Associate to keep our office running smoothly and efficiently. This is a great opportunity to gain experience in nonprofit development operations and provide general administrative support. The CO2 Coalition… Continue Reading

Fox News quotes Exec. Director

Gregory Wrightstone: “What they’re trying to do is politicize the pain and suffering of these people to promote their green agenda.” Democrats blaming climate change for Hurricane Ian at odds with science, experts say From Fox News’ Thomas Catenacci: Multiple experts contacted by Fox News Digital argued that there isn’t sufficient evidence to suggest climate… Continue Reading

Green Colonialism: Forcing Wind and Solar on Developing Nations Hurts the Poor

From CBN News‘ Dale Hurd: A regular feature at UN climate summits is a special presentation by indigenous groups or representatives from developing nations warning that climate change is a threat to their way of life. But talk to leaders from the developing world and you hear a different concern – how being forced to… Continue Reading

HHS embraces new mission: ‘Climate Change and Health Equity’

Things just got worse: “One of the largest departments in the federal government says it has role to play in safeguarding American’s health from the effects of climate change, and argues this role is “firmly rooted in public health history.” From Fox News‘ Peter Kasperowicz: The Department of Health and Human Services is a $2 trillion entity… Continue Reading

Tesla Megapack caught on fire at giant battery project

There was another incident involving a Tesla Megapack battery which caught on fire recently, Electrek has reported. The money line in this story about a recent fire at Tesla’s largest Megapack battery facility is: “With large volumes, some battery fires are inevitable, but Tesla has put a lot of effort into making sure they don’t… Continue Reading

Don’t Believe the Hype About Antarctica’s Melting Glaciers

From Wall Street Journal Opinion/Commentary By Steven Koonin, September 19, 2022 Alarming reports that the Antarctic ice sheet is shrinking misrepresent the science under way to understand a very complex situation. Antarctica has been ice-covered for at least 30 million years. The ice sheet holds about 26.5 million gigatons of water (a gigaton is a billion… Continue Reading

Climate Emergency Not Supported by Data, Say Four Leading Italian Scientists

“The scientists suggest that rather than burdening our children with anxiety about climate change, we should encourage them to think about issues like energy, food and health…” From Daily Sceptic‘s Chris Morrison: Four leading Italian scientists have undertaken a major review of historical climate trends and concluded that declaring a ‘climate emergency’ is not supported by the… Continue Reading

The CO2 Coalition Postdoctoral Fellowship

CO2 Coalition Postdoctoral Fellowship The CO2 Coalition is excited to announce a Scientific Research Fellowship for an outstanding candidate holding a Ph.D. in the hard sciences. This is a two-year fellowship program of interdisciplinary research, writing and publication. It is open to those who can work cooperatively on the creation of studies, papers and commentaries… Continue Reading

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