It’s the 1970s all over again, and Joe Biden is the new Jimmy Carter

The result? Less fossil fuel production and higher prices — with lower-income Americans who can afford it the least penalized the most at the pump.

$5 trillion in 2021 global debt/equity raised (so far), “divest fossil fuels” in full swing, the world running short of natural gas/coal, and winter is coming

And yet, even with that freedom, I am at a loss to describe the mayhem going on in the energy world. It’s not that I’m afraid of stepping on toes,…

New court filings illuminate academia’s deep role in climate industry

Guest Post by Chris Horner You may have noticed the media cycle has subtly begun for next week’s House Oversight Committee climate change show-trial, as energy crises unfold worldwide and…

Biden EPA sued for illegally stacking science advisory panels

Young v. EPA is a hugely important lawsuit. The law requires that EPA seek scientific advice from an independent and balanced panel of qualified scientists as part of its policy-making process.…

No, CNN, Wildfires Will Not Be Destroying Times Square, New York City

Newsflash – wildfires have not engulfed New York City any time since SUVs were invented, nor will wildfires ever engulf New York City. Even if wildfires ever do engulf some area within…

Useless Green Energy Hitting The Wall

As the world comes out of the pandemic and the international economy returns to attempting to fulfill normal consumer demand, you can see green energy hitting the wall pretty much…

No signs of a climate emergency for W. Hudson Bay polar bears this year ahead of UN climate meeting

It will be years before the results of the population count are published, of course (especially if it’s good news) but my contacts also say virtually all of the bears…

Researchers find few adverse health effects in wildlife exposed to low levels of radiation from the Fukushima nuclear accident

Between 2016 and 2018, the multi-disciplinary team studied wild boar and rat snakes across a range of radiation exposures in Fukushima. The team examined biomarkers of DNA damage and stress…

China Backtracking?

China plans to build more coal-fired power plants and has hinted that it will rethink its timetable to slash emissions, in a significant blow to the UK’s ambitions for securing…

When 2 Parents Tried To Make Their Young Daughter Practice What Greta Preaches…All Hell Broke Loose!

You think FFF kids are mad at their parents for trashing the planet? That’s nothing compared to their anger when you ask them to walk the talk.

IEA: More Renewable Investment Required to Stabilise European Energy Markets

According to Dr. Fatih Birol, $4 trillion per year of global renewable investment would reduce European dependence on Russian Gas, though Russia is also to blame for the recent energy…

SMH Suggests Any Aussie Net Zero Pledge Might be Misleading

My question – why should Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison upset supporters by declaring Net Zero, when greens clearly plan to denounce any climate surrender as a deception?

Unsettling: A conversation about climate and energy

Climate scientist Steven E. Koonin will join President Daniels for an hour-long conversation on the current state of climate science in Stewart Center’s Fowler Hall. A book signing for Koonin’s latest publication, “Unsettled: What Climate Science…

Australian PM Should Bring Coal to Glasgow COP26

The Saltbush Club, a group of Aussie climate rebels which includes Professor Ian Plimer and Jo Nova, suggests Aussie PM Scott Morrison should bring coal to Glasgow, to provide backup…

Failed Serial Doomcasters

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach [note update at the end] According to the UN’s MyWorld poll of seven million people in 194 countries, out of the sixteen possibilities climate action…

Video from ICCC14 online and live

Breakfast Keynote – 8:00am – 9:30am PTA scientific keynote by Patrick Michaels, Ph.D., and a panel discussion on energy policy in Europe with Wolfgang Müller and Holger Thuss, Ph.D., of…

California Democrats promote climate propaganda supporting Biden’s flawed “extreme heat” campaign

Guest essay by Larry Hamlin The Orange County Register ran an editorial by Democratic State Senator Bob Hertzberg and Assemblywoman Luz Rivas which relied on numerous flawed climate claims in support of…

Guardian Climate Apocalypse: The End of the World is Now

According to the Guardian, the “surprisingly small” temperature increases we have experienced to date is causing “unprecedented pain and turmoil”.

ICCC14: Opening Dinner Keynote – Friday, 10/15

The Heartland Institute This plenary opening dinner session will feature a Climate Change Award, a scientific presentation, an explanation of Heartland’s “Climate at a Glance” project for American teachers, and…

Climate Friendly Bitcoin Miners Use Waste Heat to Warm Entire Cities

Finally a solution which might satisfy Californian climate activist bitcoin enthusiasts AND solve fuel poverty – using the waste heat from their enormous Bitcoin mining rigs to keep entire cities…

COP26 Climate Breakthrough? G20 Coal Use Rose 4% in 2021

According to the BBC, G20 nations are barely paying lip service to climate targets, with the scramble to restart the global economy driving an uptick in coal use.

Climate, energy, ‘crisis,’ and transition: A conversation with Steven Koonin

The participants will cover the state of climate science as portrayed in “Unsettled” and the United Nation’s “Sixth Assessment Report,” the projected economic impacts of a changing climate, the recent…

4 More New Reconstructions Affirm The Medieval Warm Period Was ‘Warmer Than Today’

From Russia to the Indian Ocean to Antarctica, surface temperatures were much warmer than  they are today during Medieval times.

Climate Crusader Prince William Slams William Shatner Space Flight

Anyone who thinks Prince Charles and Prince Harry are the only royal climate hardliners needs to take a closer look at Prince William.