US Court Rejects EPA Attempt to Delay Obama Era Methane Regulations

Guest essay by Eric Worrall The United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit has rejected a motion to delay implementation of Obama era methane emission laws which limit allowed emissions from oil and gas drilling. Court rejects Trump’s delay of EPA drilling pollution rule BY TIMOTHY CAMA – 07/03/17 01:40 PM…

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New Study Claims To Expose The ‘Science Charade’ Behind Some EPA Regulations

From the Daily Caller Michael Bastasch 07/04/2017 A new study highlights how the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is able to game the rule-making system to cloak contentious policy decisions as based on science. Susan Dudley, president of the George Washington University Regulatory Studies Center, and Marcus Peacock, executive vice president of the Business Roundtable, published…

The first rule of advocating for climate change-related legislation is: You do not talk about "climate change."

From Physorg and the “if we can just figure out how to conceal the taste with sugar” movement. Context is king when advocating for renewable energy policies, according to political science professor June 30, 2017 by Sonia Fernandez Credit: University of California – Santa Barbara The first rule of advocating for climate change-related legislation is:…

Independence Day for Anthony

Although he’s been running this blog as a labor of love for more than ten years, Anthony has never had more than a week or so off to relax and recharge. Long time readers will remember me from the pre-Climategate days and the tumultuous period during and after. I’ll be running the blog for the…

Hottest 4th of July Records

From: WeatherNation It’s that wonderful time of year, where we all look forward to celebrating our country’s birthday while sweating over a barbeque while the sun beats on our shoulders. Ahhhhh, July 4th. For most of the United States, it’s almost a guarantee that hot, summer-like temperatures will accompany the 4th of July. Always an…