Top and Bottom of the Atmosphere

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach Some days I learn a lot. Today was one of them. Let me start at the start. Back in 1987 in a paper entitled ‘The…

Want to know what climate change will do in your back yard? There’s a dataset for that

The 7-terabyte dataset, the largest of its kind, helps envision climate-change scenarios at scales as small as 1 kilometer; a new review validates and describes the dataset International Center for…

The Green Swan: BIS Urges Climate Action to Prevent a new GFC

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Banking globalists are piling on the pressure too try to wreck the coal industry and for governments to hand out lots of free cash, to…

On the Climate Road to Serfdom

BY ROBERT L. BRADLEY, JR. The political world is saying “no” to policies that make energy less available, more expensive, less reliable, and more intrusive. Hyperbole of peak demand is…

The Meat Wars: JAMA Stirs the Pot

Guest Essay by Kip Hansen — 20 January 2020   Rita Rubin, Senior Writer, JAMA Medical News & Perspectives,  has stirred the pot on the controversy surrounding a series of…

An obvious solution to the climate policy crisis

Reposted from the Fabius Maximus Blog By Larry Kummer, Editor / 11 Comments / 18 January 2020 Summary: After 30 years of climate policy gridlock, we can decide to take…

Weekly Climate and Energy News Roundup #395

The Week That Was: 2020-01-18 (January 18, 2020) Brought to You by SEPP (www.SEPP.org) The Science and Environmental Policy Project Quote of the Week: “The day we see the truth…