Weekly Climate and Energy News Roundup #181

The Week That Was: 2015-05-16 (May 30, 2015) Brought to You by SEPP www.sepp.org The Science and Environmental Policy Project (SEPP)   ICCC-10: The debate over climate change is changing. Can you feel it? On June 11-12, 2015, at the Washington Court Hotel in Washington, D.C., The Heartland Institute of Chicago, Illinois will host its…

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EPA pushes forward with biofuels

Guest essay by Eric Worrall US investment in biofuels are to be expanded under proposals advanced by the US EPA. Under the proposed rule announced Friday, the amount of ethanol in the gasoline supply would increase in coming years, just not as much as set out under federal law. That approach drew criticism from ethanol…

Curbing EPA abuses

Action needed now to end EPA deception, fraud, collusion, tyranny and destruction Guest essay by Paul Driessen Russian President Vladimir Putin is outraged that the United States has indicted 14 FIFA soccer officials, accusing them of corruption, racketeering, fraud and conspiracy, involving bribes totaling over $150 million in kickbacks for awarding tournament rights. He says…

IPCC's Pachauri found guilty by Internal Complaints Committee

Note: this isn’t the High Court legal law case that has been decided, as that remains, but his own company’s internal investigation. New Delhi: An internal committee of The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) found its director general RK Pachauri guilty in a sexual harassment case. Reportedly, the three-member panel of Internal Complaints Committee (ICC) found…

Religious leaders should stop bleating about global warming

Christopher Monckton of Brenchley sends this article by Grant Goldman, a popular radio host in Sydney, Australia. In July 1937 when the Marco Polo Bridge incident launched Japan’s aggression against China, that was not important enough for Australian religious leaders to write to the government demanding strong action against Japan. In March 1939 the German…

When Will Climate Scientists Say They Were Wrong?

Guest essay by Patrick J. Michaels Day after day, year after year, the hole that climate scientists have buried themselves in gets deeper and deeper. The longer that they wait to admit their overheated forecasts were wrong, the more they are going to harm all of science. The story is told in a simple graph,…