6.8.2022

Pennsylvania’s Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative Relies on Faulty Data – Why RGGI is a “solution in search of a problem”

The Governor and other officials have relied heavily on the state’s Climate Action Plans and specifically on the 2018 Pennsylvania Climate Action Plan3 in order to support their claims of current and future devastating impacts of continued CO2-driven warming. Assertions in the Climate Action Plan are refuted by the analysis of Gregory Wrightstone, Executive Director of the CO2 Coalition and an expert reviewer for the U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s 6th Assessment Report (IPCC – AR6).... Continue Reading
6.7.2022

Virginia and Climate Change – Separating fact from fiction

A team of experts assembled by the CO2 Coalition has completed a detailed examination of effects (or non-effects) of climate change in the Commonwealth of Virginia. View the entire document here (pdf) Virginia and Climate Change. Conclusion This detailed analysis of climate change and its alleged impact on Virginia finds the following to be true… Continue Reading
4.27.2022

Reducing the Devastation of California Wildfires

Reducing the Devastation of California Wildfires By Jim Steele BACK IN THE NEWS: This article was originally posted on August 27, 2020, but is relevant today. On August 24, 2020, The Wall Street Journal printed an article by Ian Lovett “California Wildfires Grow as Responders Brace for More Blazes.”  Mr. Lovett states that California has… Continue Reading
8.6.2020

Wind and Solar are Competitive with Fossil Fuels only in Subsidized Price, Not in True Cost

Wind and Solar are Competitive with Fossil Fuels only in Subsidized Price, Not in True Cost A CO2 Coalition Review of a Media Claim In a new Science & Policy Brief, economist Bruce Everett tackles a vital question in determining America’s energy future: are “renewable” forms of energy truly competitive with traditional fossil fuels? Says… Continue Reading
8.5.2020

The President, not the New York Times, Is Right on the Social Cost of Carbon

The President, not the New York Times, Is Right on the Social Cost of Carbon August 5, 2020 A CO2 Coalition Review of a Media Claim Energy economist Dr. Bruce Everett says in a new Science and Policy Brief: The Social Cost of Carbon (SCC) is an estimate of the present value of the future… Continue Reading
6.6.2020

Global Warming: Facebook Thinks Its Opinion Is Better Than Yours

Hyperpartisan “Fact-checkers” Appear to Find a Video Loophole in the 2019 Policy Change of Not Blocking Opinion Pieces The CO2 Coalition of climate scientists today published a Science & Policy Brief by Dr. Patrick Michaels, formerly the president of the association of state climatologists and an expert reviewer and author for the UN’s climate change… Continue Reading
4.6.2020

Equal Warming, 1900 to 1950 versus 1950 to 2018: Why the UN Knows the First Half was Natural (2020 April)

Mathematics and Statistics Professor Caleb Stewart Rossiter Helps You “Do the Math” of Logarithms CO2 has a logarithmic effect on temperature. Using log math, CO2 levels from 1950 to 2018 have 5.23 times the impact of levels from 1900 to 1950. That means there was no measurable warming from industrial CO2 emissions in the earlier… Continue Reading
1.6.2020

5 Ways to Reduce Wildfire Risk in California

The CO2 Coalition presents a new publication series, Science & Policy Briefs, which summarizes issues that are addressed in more detail in our White Papers and Climate Issues in Depth papers. The first in this series,  5 Ways to Reduce Wildfire Risk in California, was written by Jim Steele and Genesis Torres.  Mr. Steele is… Continue Reading

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