CO2 Coalition and Drs. Happer and Lindzen File Amicus Brief Supporting CHECC
In 2009, the United States Environmental Protection Agency, under the auspices of the Clean Air Act, falsely determined that carbon dioxide was a pollutant. This is known as the Endangerment Finding and has been used since then to enable EPA to regulate and control CO2 emissions.
It is this authority that is being used to shut down coal power plants, kill internal combustion vehicles, ban natural gas for home heating and the misguided attempt to achieve a net zero economy.
On October 14th, the Concerned Household Electricity Consumers Council petitioned the United States Court Of Appeals For The District Of Columbia for a review of their petition to repeal the Endangerment Findings.
The CO2 Coalition, along with Doctors William Happer and Richard Lindzen, filed an amicus brief in support of their petition.
Our amicus brief found that the Endangerment Findings should be rescinded immediately because they were based on:
- Speculative theories and not on the scientific method
- False science based on consensus, fabricated material, and models that don’t work
- Government opinion, not real science
- Censorship of any science that contradicted their notion of man-made catastrophic warming
In addition, we found that net zero will disastrously reduce food worldwide and eliminate the major source of low-cost energy for the US and people worldwide.
This is a hugely important case that is only now making its way through our legal system.
To see the amicus brief that was officially filed October 21, 2022, go here: Happer Linzen CO2 Coalition Amicus Brief–filed