The American Petroleum Institute did what? Because climate?

Guest “explaining what the API did” by David Middleton Note: The primary purpose of this post is simply to lay out what the API has actually endorsed regarding carbon pricing.…

Biden Suspends Federal Oil and Gas Permits, Because Climate Change

As promised, Biden has launched a full frontal assault on the USA’s oil and gas jobs, while he investigates the impact of US domestic energy independence on climate change.

May/Middleton: Rebuttal to Geological Society of London Scientific Statement on Climate Change

Guest essay by David Middleton and Andy May The Geological Society of London recently published a statement on climate change: Geological Society of London Scientific Statement: what the geological record…

Aussie Doctor Urges a “Bipartisan” Response to Climate Change

According to gastroenterologist and chief editor of the Australian Medical Journal Professor Talley, politicians of all sides should do what they are told on climate policy, just as they follow…

German Chancellor Calls for Europe Wide Carbon Pricing on Transport and Industry

Guest essay by Eric Worrall As Germany and Europe reels from the economic impact of Covid-19, German Chancellor Angela Merkel has just added to the reasons for not investing in…

An autopsy of the climate policy debate’s corpse

Reposted from The Fabius Maximus website By Larry Kummer, Editor / 12 February 2020 Summary: The climate policy debate ran for 30 years but produced little action (it ranks #17…

Why the Democrats Will Lose on Climate Change

Guest climate debating by David Middleton 4 inconvenient truths about climate change Noah Millman September 7, 2019 At this week’s climate symposium on CNN, Elizabeth Warren answered a question about…

Economists Have Been “Useful Idiots” for the Green Socialists

From the Institute for Energy Research By Robert P. Murphy May 21, 2019 In the old Soviet Union, the Communists allegedly used[i] the term “useful idiot” to describe Westerners whose…

What next for U.S. climate and energy policies?

2018 elections bring mixed messages and require climate and renewable energy reality check Paul Driessen The “Blue Wave” never really reached shore, the U.S. Senate is still in Republican hands,…

EU Climate Policy In Freefall

From The GWPF via Dr. Benny Peiser Sagging carbon prices lost nearly 14% of their value yesterday (2 April) as recession and a warm winter sparked a predicted 2.6% drop…