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Heartland Institute Sets Schedule for Seventh International Conference on Climate Change
Published on : Monday, May 21, 2012
The Heartland Institute today announced a finalized schedule for the Seventh International Conference on Climate Change (ICCC-7), taking place in Chicago on May 21–23. Speaking at dinner Monday night will be Czech President Vaclav Klaus, who holds a Ph.D. in economics and has been a vocal critic of climate change alarmism.
America under a tombstone of senseless regulations
Published on : Monday, May 21, 2012
Tombstone is a small, but an old city in the Arizona desert. The water comes from the nearby Huachuca Mountains through one of the longest gravity-fed systems in the US. Last year, a forest fire destroyed a part of the infrastructure, and debris and boulders buried the stream. The state government declared a local emergency, and sanctioned money for restoring the water supply. The federal government has stopped the repair on the ground that in such wilderness areas, only shovels and buckets may be used, and not modern earth movers. Marita Noon looks at the regulatory hazards that threaten lives.
Challenging Climate: Exploring the intellectual climate surrounding the planet's climate
Published on : Thursday, March 22, 2012
Today, concern over possible changes in the planet’s climate has come to dominate the popular and scholarly discourse. But science progresses through such rational criticism and objective discourse, and not through consensus invoked by any authority. A healthy intellectual climate is vital to our understanding of the planet’s climate. Liberty Institute has been organizing a series of conferences, bringing together scholars to dispassionately discuss the various facets of climate science, science policy, and the various economic policy options.
EPA’s carbon dioxide rules endanger human health and welfare
Published on : Saturday, March 03, 2012
This article only lays out what is at stake in the ongoing litigation over US EPA’s carbon dioxide “endangerment” rules, and why the agency’s CO2 regulations and “climate crisis” claims do not withstand honest, rigorous scientific examination – and should not survive courtroom scrutiny.
Durban agreement: A solution that isn't
Published on : Sunday, December 11, 2011
The final outcome at Durban is a classic climate negotiation outcome. At the brink of negotiation collapse, COP17 comes up with a text that can arguably be seen as a solution but won’t really do anything, says Bjorn Lomborg.
Durban Diary: Notes from the UN's climate change jamboree
Published on : Sunday, December 11, 2011
United Nation's Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) is holding its annual Conference of Parties (CoP) in Durban South Africa, from Nov 28 to Dec 9, 2011. This is the 17th CoP, where countries are expected to discuss life after the Kyoto Protocol, which will come to an end in 2012.
Climategate 2.0: A Sequel As Ugly As The Original
Published on : Wednesday, December 07, 2011
No amount of context can possibly exonerate the CRU gang from some of the damning expressions and contrivances that appear repeatedly in the new emails. More so than the 2009 batch, these emails make clear the close collaboration between the leading IPCC scientists and environmental advocacy groups, government agencies, and partisan journalists, writes Steven Hayward in The Evening Standard.
Climate realists hold their own in Durban
Published on : Wednesday, December 07, 2011
A whole host of climate realists, among them a US senator, former advisor to British Prime Minister, former Australian ambassador, blogger and activist, joined issue with the official church of climate alarmism, this week in Durban. What this debate highlights is the legitimacy of debate and dissent in the democratic climate of today, where aspirations of people for freedom and prosperity cannot be killed, writes Barun Mitra and Hardev Sanotra
Rich Country Climate Plans Threaten Economies in Developing Countries
Published on : Wednesday, December 07, 2011
A new report - Restricting Growth: The Impact of Industrialized Country Climate Strategies on the World’s Poor – reveals how proposals on land use and forestry advanced by industrialized countries will reduce economic growth in developing countries and while failing to reduce emissions. The report was released by World Growth, on the sidelines of the UNFCCC annual meeting in Durban.
Battling the forces of darkness in Durban
Published on : Tuesday, December 06, 2011
The CFACT team is in Durban at CoP 17. They are intent on challenging the global warming scaremongers and protecting economic prosperity and freedom. CFACT made their presence felt in a dramatic way when their team of skydivers, parachuted past the UNFCCC venue in Durban, with banners reading "Climate science is not settled" and "No new treaty". CFACT is questioning the hundred-billion dollar climate fund, taxes on air travel, taxes on financial transaction, other proposals doing the rounds at climate negotiations, reports Craig Rucker.
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