Daily Archives: March 13, 2011

How Much Would You Buy?

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach In the US, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is imposing the first US rules on CO2. I thought I’d take a look at the EPA’s own estimates of cost and benefit of CO2 regulation, to … Continue reading

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A personal note

I’ve been on the road for two weeks, and my blogging has been fairly erratic. Today I drove about 700 miles and surveyed 4 USHCN weather stations. I started early this morning in Dallas. let me give a shout out … Continue reading

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Global warming down under: 10 little facts

by Professor Bob Carter Control the language, and you control the outcome of any debate Ten dishonest slogans about global warming, and ten little facts. Each of the following ten numbered statements reproduces verbatim, or almost verbatim, statements made recently … Continue reading

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Weekly Climate Energy News Roundup

The Week That Was: 2011-03-12 (March 12, 2011) Brought to You by SEPP (www.sepp.org) The Science and Environmental Policy Project (SEPP) PLEASE NOTE: The complete TWTW, including the full text of the articles, can be downloaded in an easily printable … Continue reading

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Quote of the Week – Note to NOAA

Steve McIntyre at ClimateAudit has written another essay on the poor way that CRU/UEA and NOAA have dealt with FOIA requests. To say “poor”, that means in some cases “not at all”. He makes this salient point:

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