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In early April, the Energy Information Administration and School of Advanced International Studies hosted a Washington, DC conference addressing energy issues. Heartland Institute Policy Advisor Jim Johnston, who attended the event, said the speakers essentially "condemned energy use."
Among those speakers were Energy Secretary and 1997 Nobel laureate in physics Steven Chu and former Harvard University President Lawrence Summers (right), director of the…Continue
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The State Department, which recently issued its Fifth Climate Action Report to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, is deigning to allow public comments on that report ... until May 6.
As Heartland Senior Fellow James M. Taylor recently reported, the State Department's report concludes, "Global warming is unequivocal and primarily human-induced ... Global temperature has increased over the past…Continue
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The Christian Science Monitor has a six-part investigative report on carbon cap-and-trade. The results aren't particularly surprising; the first article in the series reports:
An investigation by The Christian Science Monitor and the New England Center for Investigative Reporting has found that individuals and businesses who are feeding a $700…Continue
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Are you looking for a good book on climate change? Heartland Science Director Jay Lehr strongly recommends Climatism! by Steve Goreham, just released and available at Amazon.
See Jay's extensive review. I read it and found it "helpful!"
Climate catastrophist Bill McKibben is out with a new book (presumably much like his others) titled Eaarth: Making a Life on a Tough New Planet, which USA Today in all seriousness describes as "a dire, frightening call to action. It talks about the planet melting, drying, acidifying,…Continue
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