Site Move Cancelled

We ran into many frustrating problems attempting the site move at this time. Moving a site this large is a formidable task. After days of repeated failure by tech support and paid consultants, we are stepping back from the move for now.

Heartland Climate Conference Returns!

It’s Back On! The Heartland Institute has a new date and place for our 14th International Conference on Climate Change (ICCC-14), postponed from its original May date due to COVID-19. We will be hosting the two-day conference on Friday, April 16 and Saturday, April 17, 2021 at Paris, Las Vegas. Once again, Heartland’s latest climate…

A Cautionary tale for Bloggers

We received this email yesterday from our contact page. Name: Mel Email:Mgallery161@aol.com Website:http://trapmul Message: Hi, This is Melika and I am a professional photographer. I was discouraged, to put it nicely, when I came across my images at your web-site. If you use a copyrighted image without my consent, you should be aware that you…

New Year, New WUWT, New Initiative

After a year of mostly being on hiatus, I’m coming back to regular daily operations. As previously mentioned, there will be an announcement forthcoming related to that and to the larger news that enables me to spend much more time at WUWT than ever before. This will include some plans for expansion, as well as…

Thanks – and a note for the future of WUWT

On this traditional day of reflection and thanks, it is only fitting that I give thanks to the many many people who have made WUWT what it is today, and helped me personally. From memory (which is of course imperfect, so I have likely missed dozens if not hundreds) I offer my thanks to these…

At Sea, with Steyn, McIntyre, and McKittrick

Well, now that I’ve boarded, and there were no extinction rebellion/climate protestors at the dock in Vancouver (a hotbed of climate activism) to shout hateful messages at us, (which wouldn’t go over well with the cruise line at all) I can tell you about it. I’m on a week long cruise to Alaska with Mark…